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BARRE, Vt (WCAX) – A follow-up to a narrative Scott has been masking since April of final 12 months.
Thunder Highway inventory automotive driver, Cameron Ouellette, is again behind the wheel on the highbanks after receiving a kidney somewhat greater than a 12 months in the past.
“It felt nice to be again on the market. It was good to reunite with all people that we have not seen over the winter, the entire racing household right here at Thunder Highway. It was good to only get again with all people, get again to regular per se,” he says.
The keep home-stay secure order pushed again the opener at Thunder Highway by just a few weeks, however Cameron mentioned that did not discourage him.
He did not have any extra nerves than regular that night time.
After beginning 20th and ending eighth in his first function again, Cameron had an opportunity to mirror again on the close to two 12 months journey since receiving the kidney failure prognosis.
“It virtually would not really feel actual I would say. I would say I am very fortunate for a way rapidly it occurred. It felt like ceaselessly how lengthy it took, however in comparison with most different individuals it occurred very quick, so we’re very lucky in that side,” he says.
Cameron’s kidney donor, Swanton native, and up to date St. Anselm School grad, Amanda Conger and her household, have been a part of Cameron’s pit crew for that first night time again.
She was fairly emotional seeing Cameron in his automotive that had the phrases “donate life” on it.”
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