A mission president serving in Australia has been hospitalized following a serious bicycle accident.
“On [Feb. 14] Daniel J. Bingham, president of the Australia Sydney South Mission, was involved in a serious bicycle accident and suffered a broken neck. He has undergone surgery and is currently in intensive care at a local hospital,” according to Church spokesman Daniel Woodruff.
“President Bingham and his wife, Donna, have been serving since July 2017. They have four adult children. The family is grateful for prayers on their behalf at this difficult time.”
A resident of Helena, Montana, President Bingham has served as a stake president and, as a young man, labored in the Australia Melbourne Mission. Before being called as a mission president, he was the chief executive officer and president of Helena College University of Montana.
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