Judson Rick was on his way home from his job as an electrician when he got into a serious collision in the Swanton area. His truck had been wrecked. Rick Judson, a former player for the Komets, is making a full recovery after a devastating car accident in October. Rick Judson, a former player for the Komets, is currently in the intensive care unit as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
When Judson got into a terrible accident in the Swanton area, he was on his way home from his job as an electrician and was traveling through the region. His truck had been involved in an accident. “It’s a miracle that he is still with us,” his sister-in-law Michelle VanBuskirk commented on Gofundme, the website where a fundraising campaign has been formed in order to assist in paying for his medical expenses. “It’s a miracle that he is still with us.
While he is in the intensive care unit, his road to recovery will be a very lengthy one. Because of the depth of your familiarity with Rick, you are aware that he rapidly shifted his focus away from himself and onto providing for his family. Judson, then 54 years old, skated with the Komets during the 2000–2001 season. He was inducted into the ECHL Hall of Fame in 2019, and he is a familiar face at Toledo Walleye games. He was the all-time leader in a variety of categories with the Toledo Storm, an ECHL team that he played for, including goals (197) and games played (455).