Trevor's mother, Pamela Ware, has been by her son's side ever since. This Friday she finally got some good news: Trevor was being moved out of the intensive care unit.
His mother said far from stable, they anticipated him being in his new standard hospital room for an extended period -- until she got some surprising news Sunday.
"Let us know there were discharge orders for him," she said.
Doctors had told her Trevor was suffering from complications from the accident like pneuomnia and possibly menengitis, so she never expected these discharge orders so soon.
"I'm not a doctor, but just what I see visually -- the level of care he needs -- I'm very concerned," said Pamela.
Adding to the stress, she said, because it's a weekend, there's no one around to answer her questions.
"It's just very upsetting," she said.
They've been relying on friends and family -- even strangers for support.
Since Trevor doesn't have insurance, a website for donations has been set up and a charity concert planned for October 5th.
"I have a lot of faith that Trevor's fighting hard. He's very strong," she said. "We're asking for prayers."
We reached out to UAMS, but like the Ware family, we were told we have to wait until Monday for any comment.
Th man charged in this accident, Nathan Ray, is out on bond for charges of aggravated assault and leaving the scene.
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