A real-life miracle was observed in a hospital when a 13-year-old boy comes back from death after doctors gave up on him and about to turn off his life support machine.
The boy named Trenton McKinley’s was admitted to hospital as he was diagnosed with severe brain trauma.
The injury-hit him the day the car got flipped in which Trenton was travelling. The accident gave him seven skull fractures and since then the condition became worst for him as the injury was agonizing.
Trenton parents even papers to have their son’s organs donated after he suffered a severe brain trauma. Trenton condition was very worst as even doctors have given their speech and told parents that “He will never be able to live the normal life again”.
The mother whined over her child situation and said “My son was lying dead for about 15 minutes and his feet were hanging out of the stretcher what I saw is very terrific I don’t want any other parents to go through”
“Even if somehow he survives then he would be dead meat as the oxidation supply of brain is almost null” Said by doctors to Trenton parents.
The day he was admitted he suffered the oxidation problem, and as each day passed by the problem become worst and her mother took the tragic decision and signed organ donation form.
Five kids needed organs that matched him,’ Jennifer said. ‘my child would have lived in pain even if he made back from death”.
Finally, after putting all efforts doctors decided to remove the life support machine from Trenton but then 13 years old showed strange signs of recovery.
The brain movements were close to normal and in the late march the boy was fully recovered and was breathing just as fine
”I hit the concrete and trailer landed on my head and I lost consciousness after that, I don’t remember what happened next” He spoke in an interview about the accident.
His mother explained the full story and said “it’s still time when he recovers fully. He has already been through 3 brain surgery”.
Trenton remembered the after death experience and said I was in an open field walking straight,’