So after months of hospital bills and little room to move around in her house, the Garner's church family is building them a new house...for free.
"The car was upside down and Hannah was on fire. In all that she grabbed her cell phone and called her mother, than called 911," explains project organizer Barry Schaitman.
"It took them almost 2 hours to cut her out of the car," explains Hannah's mom, DD Garner, "Probably for the first hour I didn't know if she was alive or not."
But Hannah survived and as the year anniversary of the accident approaches...
"God just put it on my heart that we needed to do something for this family," adds Schnaitman.
Fast forward a few months and Barry and local church groups are building this house for Hannah and her family.
"We just decided it's time for God's people to stand up and take care of those in need," says Schaitman.
And through this journey Barry says no prayer has gone unanswered, "God's been providing as we've had the need. We've not gone without any need being met at this point."
And if you take a look around those needs include lumber, windows, supplies, and of course the labor.
"Just couldn't believe there were that many people that cared for us - that were that concerned for Hannah," smiles Garner.
When this project is complete the Garners will move from their 700 square foot home into a more wheelchair friendly 2,400 square foot house.
As volunteers hammer away Hannah's mom believes everything happens for a reason, including her daughter's accident.
"The Lord has a plan for all of us. And his plan for Hannah was for her to go through this. And its made her and our family stronger," admits Garner.
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