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Scott Adkins

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May he Rest In Peace

Sadly, Scott Adkins has succumbed to his injuries and passed away

Sunday, July 25th at 12:30am

Scott had been receiving care at Lawnwood Hospital in Fort Pierce since his accident. On Monday, July 19th he was transferred to Kindred Hospital Melbourne for transitional long term care. Since the transfer, Scott's health began to decline.


On Saturday, July 24th at 11:30pm his wife Susan called to check on him and was told he was okay. At 12:30am, she received a call form the hospital that they had just preformed CPR as Scott had no pulse and did not come through.

We at Kristina Conn Foundation ask that you keep Susan, Quigley and the rest of Scott's family in your thoughts and prayers as they grieve the loss of Scott.

Your donations will assist Susan with Scotts final arrangements and help give her time to adjust to life without him. 

Above the Clouds

100% of the funds raised on this website goes to

Scott Adkins
& his Family

While working on I95, tragedy sends this caring and compassionate man to Lawnwood Hospital's TICU


On Monday, Jun 28th, 2021, Scott, who has been a Road Ranger on I95 for over 10 years, was assisting the Florida Highway Patrol with lane closures due to a jackknifed tractor trailer. A motorist, who was not paying attention and was not obeying the move over law, slammed into Scott's truck so forcefully, that it hit him causing critical injuries.  Scott was transported to Lawnwood Hospital via helicopter and has been in the TICU (trauma intensive care unit), unconscious and in critical condition ever since.  Scott suffered numerous broken bones, a skull fracture, and multiple other injuries.  He has a very long and difficult road to recovery ahead of him.

Due to the volume and extent of Scott's injuries, his family has asked for blood donations, see the flyer below for details.

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Scott is going to be out of work for an undetermined amount of time and his wife is traveling back and forth to the hospital to oversee his care and recovery.  Any family going from two incomes unexpectedly down to one will have a hard time making ends meet. Susan is going to need all the financial support she can get to help supplement the loss of income as well as the expense of travel and all that is involved with having a loved one in the hospital for a long period of time.  

We at Kristina Conn Foundation (KCF) are asking our community to come together to help Scott & his family.  Your donations are tax deductible (verify with your tax preparer) and 100% of the funds raised through this website will go directly to them. 

We ask you to please keep Scott and his family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Help us, help Scott and his family during his recovery.

And a dog named Quigley ~

Scott and his wife Susan, met 22 years ago at the Humane Society in Melbourne and have been married for 15 years. They have a dog named Quigley who is Scotts "best buddy" that he spoils every chance he gets. Scott loves taking Quigley with them when they go hiking & canoeing and takes him pretty much everywhere they go. Scott never wants to leave Quigley home alone, so you can only imagine how sad Quigley has been without Scott.

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