Lauren Mikles 6:59am Mar 20 2018
Wow! I could not imagine being forced to evaluate my leg after the break! I was surrounded by people, so they handled everything for me! I just strategically fell to the ground, and they held my leg together until the ambulance arrived AN HOUR LATER! I thank God for the stranger who held my leg together the entire time. He didnít flinch or shake. He said he believed God placed him there because he had the same injury 35 years earlier and knew what to do. The tibia and fibula were already semi-poking out of the skin. I had an abrasion, but not a hole. I believe thatís what kept my leg viable the hours and hours it took to get me to medical care!
07/12/17: Spiral tib/fib fracture playing soccer in Palestine on mission trip
07/13/17: Surgery for IM nail @ Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem (Israel)
July 18, 2017: Home (Georgia)
December 19, 2017: Screw removal surgery