Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Just when six-year-old Brazyl Ward seemed to be responding to her medicine, doctors cautiously put her back in a medically-induced coma.
"The progress that she was making has slowed down. We have to go back a few steps. It's just part of the process," said Brazyl's dad Brandon.
Now the Wards said they are having to learn tremendous patience.
Brandon said, "The swelling has gone down even more than it had before; her vitals are good. They know what they're doing. We trust them."
"As long as they save my baby, they can take the steps they need as long as I have a future with my child," said Tiffany Ward, Brazyl's mom.
Brazyl's story has touched many. Since she was struck by a car on Halloween, donations from as far away as Africa have been pouring in. Now a local businessman is stepping up.
Neil Sackmary of Nevada Coin and Jewelry donated two months rent to the Wards. He said it's the least he could do to help.
"We just hope your daughter gets better," said Sackmary.
With the amount of stress they are feeling, and medicals bills piling up, the Wards said this money is a blessing.
Brandon said, "It's one thing for a person to give them money, it's another for someone to show compassion.
Tiffany added, "We can now completely focus on Brazyl and actually make sure that she still has a place to come home to."
Nevada Coin and Jewelry is an advertiser with KTNV.