Cullman Co. deputy injured in wreck earlier this month headed to rehab center in Atlanta

Deputy Adam Clark will be at the Shepherd Center for several months

Cullman Co. deputy injured in wreck earlier this month headed to rehab center in Atlanta
Deputy Clark works for the Cullman County Sheriff's Office (Source: Cullman County Sheriff's Office)

CULLMAN COUNTY, Ala. (WBRC) - The Cullman County Sheriff’s Department says Deputy Adam Clark will be transferred to the Shepherd Center in Atlanta to continue recovering from a crash earlier this month.

Clark is recovering from several surgeries he received at Huntsville Hospital. The sheriff’s department says his physical condition is good. Clark will be at the Shepherd Center for several months.

His K-9 Figo is improving and is at a private facility in Auburn.

Sheriff Matt Gentry said dispatch lost contact with Clark during a stint of heavy rain. Cullman Sheriff’s deputies, Cullman Police, and Cullman EMS started looking for Clark.

With the help of GPS, a Cullman officer found Clark in his wrecked cruiser on Hwy. 69 South near Bremen about an hour later. He was unconscious and taken to Huntsville Hospital.

Anyone who would like to make a monetary contribution to help Deputy Clark may do so at any Cullman, AL Premier Bank location or mail a donation to the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office C/O Deputy Clark @ 1910 Beech Ave S.E. Cullman, AL 35055

Deputy Clark works for the Cullman County Sheriff's Office
Deputy Clark works for the Cullman County Sheriff's Office (Source: Cullman County Sheriff's Office)

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