Thread: Construction Accident Blinds Man
02-28-2005, 12:17 PM #1
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Construction Accident Blinds Man
10 February, 2005
A Texas man is a lucky to be alive after a construction accident involving a large hook.The hook was attached to a backhoe when it hit Gail Cook in the left temple and eye back in December. X-rays show how it lodged in Cook's head, stopping within millimeters of his brain. Surgeons in San Antonio were able to remove the hook. But both optic nerves were severed. The accident has left Cook blind, but also thankful to be alive.
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