Dozens of angels are still waiting to be adopted this Christmas. One Diboll family says they do not know what they would do without the Salvation Army's Angel Tree program.
Sheila Hale, her husband, and three children have had a rough couple of months. She was in a bad car wreck in November where she suffered a broken pelvis, cracked ribs, and a punctured lung. She is facing thousands of dollars in medical bills, along with other obstacles.
Hale says, without the Angel Tree program, her kids would not be having a Christmas this year.
There are still 73 angels who need to be adopted. If they aren't, the Salvation Army will do what it can to at least get something small to every angel.