Carly Pearce sent a sweet message to a fan who got injured in a recent car crash.
Danielle Sparkman, 23, was involved in a scary car accident earlier this month that landed her “two ambulance rides, multiple CT Scans, a broken bone, and a lot of stitches.”
Thankfully, Sparkman survived the incident with no permanent damage, but her car was “completely totaled in the crash,” which transpired as she was headed back home to Memphis after attending Pearce’s February 13 performance at Nashville’s Listening Room venue.
“The medical bills from the ambulance rides alone are going to cost me a fortune and I’m running on a servers salary since I’m still a student in college,” Sparkman wrote on a GoFundMe page set up in her name. “Anything would help and even if you just send prayers my way that would be a huge help too!”
“Saturday night was one of the worst days of my life. I’ve got a LONG recovery ahead of me but thank you @carlypearce for putting on one hell of a show that night, I love you!!” Sparkman tweeted with a selfie of her and Pearce at the concert alongside a photo of her damaged car.
The tweet eventually made its way to Pearce’s team, which prompted the “Careless” singer to reach out to Sparkman personally via Zoom to help raise her spirits by speaking with her and performing music from her new album, 29. During the Zoom call, Pearce says she’ll also be donating to the fundraiser before signing off with well-wishes.
“Just know that I’m praying for you and I’m so sorry that that happened to you,” Pearce tells Sparkman, who shared the sweet interaction on Twitter.