This boy miraculously survived decapitation in an accident and is recovering without surgery
Is it really possible for someone to survive after being decapitated? Well, it just seems that it is, because a recent incident is what appears to be a miracle of sorts, where a young 4-year-old boy not only survived a horrible accident in which his mother was seriously injured, he was decapitated to the extent of his head being virtually severed from his spine and yet he survived all because of the fast thinking and immediate action of a witness who could well have been his guardian angel bringing him back to life.
The incredible fact that this boy survived decapitation is near miraculous. He is now recuperating at hospital.
1 Internally Decapitated but Survives Miraculously
Killian Gonzales is all of four years. He was recently a victim of a horrible car crash in which both he and his Mother Brandy were seriously injured. While Brandy suffered fractures in both legs, Killian was even more grievously injured where his head had been internally decapitated. Thanks to the quick thinking of a Good Samaritan, doctors say he is now on the road to complete recovery. How was this possible? Well, according to doctors, it is entirely possible only if quick thinking and fast action of immediate basic medical assistance is rendered to the victim on the spot.
When the spine and skull are severed form each other, the condition is known as an internal decapitation. In such cases, the head literally holds on to the spine by a thread in this case the spinal cord. The survival rate of such an injury is only 1 percent. That well qualifies as a miracle, and the person who saved Killian needs a huge commendation because what she did save his life.
2 Brandy Lost Control of Her Car in a Raging Hailstorm
It was hailing and a terrible storm was raging when Brandy Gonzales and her son Killian were returning back home to Nevada from Idaho. The mother and son had just finished his 4th birthday celebration. With visibility near zero and ice forming on the road, Brandy lost control of her vehicle which skidded and crashed into another car.
Luckily for them, a couple, a police officer and his wife were just coming in the opposite direction down the hill when they witnessed the accident. They both rushed out of their car to extend whatever help they could, when the police officer’s wife heard Killian screaming from the car.
3 Prompt Action of a good Samaritan Saved His Life
Both Leah Woodward and her husband tried to gain entry into the mangled vehicle and they ultimately smashed their way through. It was Leah Woodward’s quick thinking and her husband’s experience in first aid that was to save Killian’s life. On instructions from her husband, who had received transponder training in NAMPA, ID, she gripped his head firmly and held it on as still as possible. She was nervous no doubt and admitted to almost panicking, but she calmed her nerves and remained still with Killian.
Leah commented in a description of the accident on Facebook that the boy was screaming, but lying immobile on his side with his arm placed over his head in what appeared to be an unnatural position. She also noticed a pink fluid all over his head and neck, which was actually spinal fluid. When Paramedics finally arrived after half an hour, Killian was rushed to emergency and that saved his life. The boy survived decapitation, but not without suffering a ruptured spleen, broken arm and ribs and of course a decapitation.
4 Mother and Son Were Recuperating In Separate Hospitals
When this boy survived decapitation, it was truly a miracle, thanks to his the couple. Killian and his mother were admitted to separate hospitals. His mother was distraught despite suffering from several injuries which included a broken arm, broken legs and a shattered ankle. It’s just so hard because I’m in the same town and I haven’t been able to see him,” Gonzalez said. “It’s just hard knowing he’s in so much pain and I can’t be there.”
Brandy Gonzalez is thankful for their survival. She believes there is a reason why she and killian survived against such odds of fatal injury. Both Mother and son were thankful to the Woodwards, where Brandy and Leah have become good friends. In order to meet their huge expenses of recuperation and recovery, a GoFundMe page has been created for them.
5 On The Road to Recovery
The most amazing aspect of this incident was the fact that Killian didn’t even require surgery. Killian was the subject of a rare condition termed clinical as decapitation and is lucky to be among the very few who have survived. He wasn’t just recovering well; he has even amazed doctors and is the little star of the Pediatric hospital. Grandview firefighters and paramedic who had responded to Leah’s SOS were so impressed by young Killian that they all visited him in the hospital. In a latest update, both Mother and son have been discharged from hospital and are en route to recovery.