Randy Adams: What happened? For saving the victims of the car accident, the US Army officer was awarded the Medal.
Randy Adams, a former National Guardsman in the US Army was deployed to Iraq with his wife Joy and his twin sons Jarod, and Jeff.
The victims were trapped in the car accident when a soldier from the 1st Battalion 3rd Special Forces Group rescued them. Adams carried the victims up the steep embankment, rendering emergency aid until rescue personnel arrived on the scene.
On October 16, 2016, a family was returning from a weekend getaway when the car crashed.
Randy Adams: What happened?
Randy Adams was on his way home from his family when he was involved in an accident. The symptoms of the disease look very similar to Post Traumatic Stress disorder.
His family is taking care of him right now. It is the right of everyone to know the details about the health of the army officer who gave his life to save lives on the battlefield.
He will seek the advice of psychiatrists and psychologists. He also sells his own clothing online, aside from his medical condition.