INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Lily Hoberman says she doesn't remember much of a lightning strike over the weekend.
The fact that she doesn't remember anything is a good thing, says her father. She and two other campers were struck by lightning while playing Frisbee at camp GUCI in Zionsville on Saturday. There was a vigil Tuesday night in Cincinnati for Ethan Kadish, the one camper who is still in the hospital. Camp counselors acted quickly and the Hobermans are grateful.
"These children who saved our children are miracles to us," said Lily's mother Michelle.
Lily felt lucky to be sitting between her parents Wednesday.
"I'm just very blessed to be here on this earth," said Lily.
While she doesn't remember anything from the day she was struck, she is aware that she has received lots of well wishes.
"Thank you very much for your prayers and your hoping for me to get better and the two other kids that were in the accident," she said.
The Hobermans and the families of the other two campers wanted to make sure some good will result from what happened.
They have come together to create the Miracle Kids Medical and Rescue Fund.
"We have decided to create a fund to help support medical training as well as equipment," Michelle said.
They hope the donations raised will go to continued medical training of staff and for safety equipment for the camp.
For more information on the fund and how to donate see caringbridge.org, and search Ethan Kadish.
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