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- Category: The Headrush
- Published on Wednesday, 02 December 2015 18:37
Richard Browne thought the worst was over. However, his nightmare had only just begun.
In 2007, the 16-year-old was recovering in hospital after slipping and falling through a plate glass window of a laundromat in his hometown of Jackson, Mississippi. The shards severed muscles, nerves and an artery in his right leg but, after surgery, Browne's condition had improved enough for doctors to move him from intensive care to a standard ward. Then blood began gushing out of his leg. "I remember standing up and blood rushing to the floor," Browne told CNN's Human to Hero series.
"Apparently one of the clamps that the doctor had used to close my artery hadn't been closed sufficiently, and once the pressure went down it caused the artery to split back open.