Brandon, FL -- Some good news about Summer Moll.
You may remember she's the little girl from Brandon who was involved in a car accident with a drunk driver that took her mother in 2008.
Since then, Summer has courageously endured a series of reconstructive surgeries stemming from a head injury she suffered during that same wreck.
Well now, Summer is about to be adopted by the grandmother, Tammy Rosian, who has lovingly cared for Summer since the accident nearly four years ago.
For Rosian, who has lost so much and has been through so much, things finally feel like they're coming together.
"It's just going to be such a relief," she told us today as she picked-up Summer at school.
Rosian recently got word that she will finally be allowed to legally adopt Summer next month.
Jennifer, Summer's mother, and Tammy's daughter, was killed by a person driving the wrong way along the Selmon Expressway near downtown Tampa.
"You know I just want to make sure that she's always going to be taken care of," said Rosian.
Since the time of the accident, Rosian has been through it all. The grief. The the trials. And occasionally, the triumphs.
She had to go through a legal battle with Summer's estranged father, who has since relinquished his claim to parental rights.
Rosian was there when Cheryl Riemann was convicted of DUI manslaughter for the accident that killed Jennifer, and left Summer facing a series of difficult surgeries and rehab.
And she's been there for the triumphs, of watching a little girl who shares her mother's spirit rebound time and time again.
"Nobody's a stranger to either one of them. You know Jenn was always very friendly to everybody. And summer's the same way," said Rosian, "Nobody's a stranger to Summer."
Now, finally, at a hearing scheduled for June 4, Rosian will be allowed to adopt Summer. A family moment that both are looking forward to.
"Happy that I'll call her mom," said Summer, "and that I'll have a mom."
"I'm just thrilled that she's gonna make our family complete. Not that it wasn't, but I think this is just going to bring a closer bond," said Rosian.
Some other good news is that Summer may only need one more surgery early next year, and if things go as planned, that may be her last for several more years to come.
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