He'll do anything for anybody.
Those are the word spoken by the wife of a Dalton man, injured by a chemical reaction earlier this week.
Family members say Jason Jeffers was the man burned during a chemical reaction at MFG Chemical in Dalton.
During our phone interview this Wednesday afternoon, his wife, Robin couldn't refrain from crying as she sits next to her husband, who is now recovering in a hospital bed more than one hundred miles away from home in Austell, Georgia.
"That's about it is my kids and faith that he's going to come out through this," said Robin Jeffers.
When Jeffers got the call about what happened, she says she only felt one word, shock.
"He's got some burn places here and there like on his chest, arms and face and he's on a ventilator just to help him breathe and help his lungs cause they're bad," said Jeffers.
Doctors tell Jeffers, her husband has a long road to recovery ahead.
"It's very hard because he's an outgoing person. He laughs, jokes and cuts up all the time and he's always laughing and trying to make other people laugh. It's just hard to see him not moving at all, not saying anything," said Jeffers.
Jeffers is also a father to two with one on the way, leaving Robin, a stay-at-home mom, figuring out how to stay afloat financially. So she started a webpage asking for donations. She also made a Facebook page documenting his recovery. On it are well wishes from people the Jeffers family didn't even know.
"He's a great person. He'll do anything for anybody and he's always been there for me and our kids and I just couldn't ask for a better person to be in my kid's life," said Robin.
Jason Jeffers is currently staying at Wellstar Cobb Hospital in Austell, Georgia and is listed in stable condition.
If you'd like to help the Jeffers family, click here.
To access his recovery Facebook page, click here.By Alyssa Spirato