On December 28, 2018, the Bishop family's lives changed forever.
While driving with their aunt, Hannah, 9; Norah, 7, and Jude, 5, were victims of a horrific car accident that left the three young girls in critical condition. On January 1st, Jude tragically passed away, but her sisters are still hanging on.
On January 2nd the girls' mother Katii reached out to Panic! At The Disco on Facebook, who happen to be Hannah's favorite band. She explained that her daughter had tickets to see Brendon Urie and company at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville this month, but due to her injuries she'll be hospitalized for quite some time. The grieving mother asked if it would be possible for the group to come visit Hannah at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital before their show on the 25th.
"She knows every song and her second day in here, her nurse asked to play any music she liked, so they played P!ATD Station on Pandora," she wrote, "and she started squeezing hands and opening her eyes (Which was at that time, the most movement she had made)!"
On Saturday (January 5), the band took to Twitter to thank fans for bringing the post to their attention.
“Thank you all for bringing this to our attention,” the tweeted. “We have reached out to the Bishop family. Please continue to send them positive vibes and support. Here’s a link to their @gofundme page. Donate if you able to, or help by spreading the word.”
Check out their post and Katii's below, and donate to their GoFundMe page here.
We hope we see some magic happen on January 25th when the band is in town!