Humboldt survivor wakes up from a month long coma

humboldt survivor coma

Despite surviving the accident on April 6th, Humboldt Broncos' player, Layne Matechuk, suffered a serious brain injury, and slipped into a coma. His family was going through stressful and uncertain times. On Friday, we got some good news that Matechuk is awake, but unable to speak.

CKOM reports that he has no memory of the crash.
He doesn’t appear to know what has happened.
He is in the hospital recovering, according to a statement released by his family.
However, each day, he gets a little stronger and we are getting signs from him about what he is thinking. We wish we could tell you it’s getting easier. The reality is – it’s not. At this point, we are not sure when Layne will get to leave hospital. But, what we can tell you is that we believe he gets a little closer every day.
His family wants you to continue to pray and show support for the Humboldt Broncos.
We #believe the strength and determination that brought Layne success on the ice will bring him success in the months and years ahead. We ask that you continue to send your prayers and support to him – and to think of him. And most of all, we ask that you #believe with him and us.

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