After falling twice—once from a bunk bed and a second time in the hospital—Easton Oliverson’s CAT scan results have come back “normal.” Oliverson, 12, traveled to Williamsport, PA, to play in the Little League World Series. Soon after arriving from Utah, he fell out of his bunk and sustained a skull fracture
In an interview with the Associated Press, Oliverson’s dad Jace says, “I’m just grateful that he’s still alive, because I was pretty much told he had a zero percent chance to live.”
“There is a chance of a full recovery,” he adds. “It’s just a matter of how long and the therapy that he’s going to receive. We’re just asking for prayers. . . modern-day miracles can still happen.”
The family’s Instagram account states how Oliverson’s mom Nancy has relied on her faith in Jesus to sustain her during Easton’s remarkable progress.
“Our message the whole time is to remind people that we have a loving, heavenly Father and a Savior who wants us to be happy,” Jace says. “If we just go to [Him] in prayer, anything is possible, and we’re seeing that with Easton.”
TRE GOINS-PHILLIPS, taken from Faithwire.
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