Toddler’s head reattached after wreck thanks to ‘miracle’ surgery

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Jackson Taylor of Australia suffered an “internal dislocation” in the wreck, which broke vertebrae in the toddler’s collar bone and neck.

When 16-month-old Jackson Taylor got in a car accident that decapitated his head, doctors didn’t know if he would survive. Fortunately, they were able to reattach his headin a miracle surgery.

The toddler was in the car with his mom and sister when they collided head on with another vehicle at the speed of 70 mph. The force from the crash was so intense that Jackson’s head pulled apart from his neck in an internal decapitation. Spinal surgeon Dr. Geoff Askin said:

 
 

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