Special Coverage: Emmy Saenz
Here's a look at our coverage of Emmy Saenz, a 20-year-old Victoria woman who is adjusting to life as a quadriplegic
VICTORIA, Texas – Emmy Saenz, a 20-year-old Victoria resident, is adjusting to life as a quadriplegic after a four-vehicle wreck in October, 2019 changed her life forever. Here’s a look at our coverage of Saenz’s recovery process as well as her new daily routine. We’ll add and update links as we publish each installment. Tune in Thursday at 10 p.m. for Part I; Friday at the 5 a.m., 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. newscasts for Part II of her Road to Recovery and Monday at the same times for look at a Day in the Life of Emmy Saenz.
Road to Recovery
Go here for Part I
Go here for Part II
Day in the Life
Go here for Part I.
Emmy Saenz recounts the day of the tragic accident that took her mobility from the next down. While the journey ahead promises to be long and challenging Saenz is still able to find the silver lining.
Go here for Part II.
In the final part of this series Emmy Saenz and her family invite Newscenter 25’s Bria Woods into their home to spend the day with Saenz and observe the modifications she’s had to make in her new life as a quadriplegic.
Saenz and her family are still in need of funds for a new manual wheelchair that has a smart drive motor which costs approximately $10,000. Insurance won’t cover the cost of her wheelchair. The family also needs to repair their driveway because it has many cracks that makes it unsafe when trying to get Emmy in and out of the car using the Hoyer as it gets stuck in the cracks. To donate visit or call Prosperity Bank and make a deposit into the ‘Emmy Saenz Benefit’ account. Anything you can contribute will help Emmy and her family tremendously.
Prosperity Bank is located at 101 S. Main Street, and you can call them at 361-573-6321.