Australian toddler released from hospital after miracle surgery
Oct 12, 2015 Jaxon Taylor, a 16-month-old toddler was recently released from a Brisbane hospital after undergoing what many refer to as a miracle surgery.
According to local report, the toddler was traveling in a car with his mother and nine-year-old sister when they collided with another car. The impact of the crash tore the toddler’s head from his spine internally.
However surgeons at a Brisbane hospital performed an almost miraculous six-hour surgery to reattach the head to the spine.
Speaking afterwards, Rylea Taylor, mother of the toddler said:
“We were super excited to get home,”
The Taylor family has reportedly launched an online petition asking for harsher penalties for reckless drivers in Australia and the petition has received thousands of signatures.
Commenting on the support her family has received, Rylea Taylor said.
“There’s, you know, so much good in the world and that many people out there that care,… It doesn’t sound right to say, but I didn’t want it all to be in vain,”
According to local media, Jaxon’s neck brace could be removed before Christmas.