Friends and family continue to rally behind a brother and sister who were critically injured in a Grainger County crash last month.
The mid-June crash on Highway 25-E injured three Claiborne County teens -- 17 year-old Jared Parker, his 16 year-old sister Jordyn, and a friend.
According to family members, the Parker siblings remain in serious condition.
On Saturday, family and friends put on a benefit concert to help Jared and Jordyn at the Claiborne County High School in New Tazewell.
Events included live music, a silent auction, and several booths.
The Parker siblings have been in the hospital since the crash. Family members say they hope proceeds from the benefit concert will help pay for rising hospital bills. For now, they say they're just thankful for the support.
"This has actually boosted a lot of spirits. Again, we're very confident, very hopeful," said Jennifer Hooper Verno, a cousin. "They are both incredible children and they are very loved. Everyone wanted to come out here to help which is truly amazing."
"The amount of support we're getting from the community really helps take the worry off about their conditions," said their half-brother Justin Massengill.
Family members say they weren't sure how much money they'd raise. They said Jared and Jordyn have been moved to a rehab unit.