"At the beginning I was freaking out, I was crying every night but now I'm just here to help him get better," said Blake Hofmann, Caleb's brother.
Caleb's younger brother Blake knows that his role model's life was forever changed after a gas leak destroyed their family's home, but he says he's fighting right alongside his big brother Caleb.
"He's not going to have anything when he wakes up he's just going to have us," said Hofmann.
As Caleb continues to recover under a medically induced comma, his friends family and patriot guard riders of Indian drove past St. Joes hospital showing Caleb he's not alone.
"People who can step up that don't even know a person and can show up out here and support a person just cause they know it's a great cause and what he's going through is great," said Tim Koehlinger, Caleb's best friend.
"It's amazing that the community rallies just to help someone they don't even know. I can't thank enough all the people who came out, said Natalie Fitzgerald, Caleb's cousin.
"It's heartbreaking but it's still never going to change anything between me and him nobody should think that either. He's always going to be my friend," said Koehlinger.
Caleb has a long road ahead of him, but the outpour of support continues to roll.