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Missouri Teen Who Had Head Bashed On Concrete During School Fight Is Conscious: “She Walks With Assistance But The Slightest Fall Could Be Dangerous”

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A 15-year-old girl, Kaylee Gain, is in critical condition after a violent school fight in Missouri left her with severe head injuries. Kaylee’s parents shared that her head was bashed into the concrete during the altercation.

After waking up from a brief coma, Kaylee has made progress in her recovery. She can now walk without assistance, although her parents must be right beside her for support. To help with her balance, Kaylee wears a belt around her waist as her equilibrium gets easily disrupted.

One of the critical procedures Kaylee underwent was the removal of her left bone flap to allow her brain space to swell from its injuries. Doctors plan to put it back in place to further aid her recovery.

Interestingly, Kaylee was not supposed to be near her high school on the day of the incident. She had been suspended for fighting just the day before the nearly fatal altercation.

The other teen involved in the fight remains in custody at a juvenile detention center. Authorities are investigating the incident to determine the circumstances and appropriate charges.

In a show of support, a GoFundMe campaign set up for Kaylee has raised nearly $500,000 to assist with her medical expenses and ongoing care.

Despite her progress, Kaylee faces challenges in her recovery. She can only speak in short sentences, and doctors have cautioned that even a slight fall could pose a significant risk to her health.


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