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Teen Gets Knife in Head

Teen Gets Knife in Head

The Coulter family credit "heavenly intervention" as the reason their son, Kevin, survived a freak knife-in-head accident. The bizarre mishap occurred while Kevin and his Boy Scout troop were removing leaves from a widow's lawn. According to witnesses, one of the Scouts slipped on the grass and when the Scout leader tried to catch the falling boy his knife was inadvertently thrown into Kevin's forehead. The 2.5 centimeter blade penetrated Kevin's sinus cavity and lodged into his brain just two millimeters from a major blood vessel. Surgeons at University Hospital in Salt Lake City successfully removed the knife and repaired the damage to Kevin's head. Read more here(1).
Credit: Tooele Transcript Bulletin On-line

1. http://www2.tooeletranscript.com/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=9320&Itemid=2

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