By Minna Sugimoto
HONOLULU (KHNL) -- The story of a former Aloha Airlines employee who's in need of a kidney transplant has gripped the community. Now, a fundraiser for Rod Nakabayashi is in the works.
We introduced you to Nakabayashi earlier this week. He had been a flight attendant for Aloha for more than 20 years, until the carrier's abrupt shutdown last week.
Doctors told the 49-year-old he needs a new kidney and pancreas. But without a job, he says his health coverage is up in the air.
Community members are working out the details on a fundraising event that will be held later this month. We'll keep you posted.
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