When a toddler’s head snapped off from his spine, one would expectedly presume him dead, but the little boy was still alive and doctors rushed to save him. And unlike all the king’s horses, and all the king’s men, the doctors actually managed to put baby Jaxon back together again.
16-month-old Jaxon Taylor was riding in a car with his mother and 9-year-old sister last month when they collided head-on with another car at a speed of 110 km/hr in northern New South Wales. Thankfully, there were no fatalities, but the sheer force of the crash tore apart Jaxon’s upper vertebrae, leaving his head internally decapitated, but still alive.
“It is a miracle,” said Jaxon’s mother Rylea. “The second I pulled him out, I knew that he, I knew that his neck was broken,” she added.
Read the full story on Freshgrads.sg. “Halo for a miracle child“.
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