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The incredible story of Tommy Quick (and how you can help him)

Neil Mitchell
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There are resilient people and then there is Tommy Quick.

The 28-year-old shared his story with Neil Mitchell on Wednesday, leaving both Neil and listeners in awe.

Tommy was 12 when he had a stroke.

Selflessly, he started a project to raise $1 million for stroke survivors and stroke awareness.

His plan? To ride 9000 kilometres to the four most extreme points of Australia on a tricycle.

He was some 3500 kilometres in that journey when he was hit by a car in South Australia, in full view of his parents and support crew.

He’s now in hospital with a broken leg and busted pelvis.

“I’ve seen better days, I’m not going to lie,” Tommy told Neil Mitchell.

But don’t think for a second he’s given up on his fundraiser.

You can DONATE HERE to help Tommy get a new trike and raise the funds for stroke awareness.

Press PLAY below to hear his inspirational story

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