A man who was cut in half in a horrific forkliftaccident has sent fans a sweet message of thanks.
Loren Schauers, 22, from Great Falls in Montana in the US, suffered horrific injuries working on a forklift on a bridge in 2019, plummeting 50ft off the side of the construction site.
The accident saw him lose his forearm and lower half of his body – but Loren’s recovery has become a source of inspiration for many with him and his girlfriend Sabia building up a remarkable following through their sweet online content.
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With that, people appear to have become genuinely invested in the young couple’s life together as they make their way through a truly unique situation.
Taking to Instagram, Loren has since thanked some of those people for the well wishes, before heading out for a birthday trip to the cinema.
“Thank you all for the birthday wishes!” he wrote on his Instagram story before sharing a post saying: “Heading to the movies to watch Guardians of the Galaxy V.3 if anyone is trying to link up.”
Bloke cut in half by forklift posts heartwarming snaps leaving fans relieved
He then added: “For my birthday!”
Loren and Sabia have recently been the target of sick impersonators pretending to be them on Facebook and social media.
They have recently had their account on the platform removed, with Sabia’s relative Branko Reiche writing: "Unbelievable! All 3 of these pages are fake but guess which one Facebook, in its infinite wisdom, has removed for being fake."
An update was posted shortly afterwards saying: "Facebook has decided we are authentic and released the page."
Sabia too wrote on her official Sabia & Loren account after it was released, saying: "After a brief suspension from Facebook for being 'imposters'… we are back online!!!"
One shocked fan commented saying: "Suspended for being the real you. Boggles the mind."
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