February 20 Recently, a 63-year-old man in Britain shared his experience in a car accident. While driving a convertible, he was attacked by a deer, causing the car to hit a tree.
The old man was seriously injured and unconscious for 65 days.
The old man’s name is Willie Dowie, an agricultural fence contractor, the British Daily Star reported on the 20th. The accident occurred between Kinkel Bridge and the A9 road in Cliff.
After the accident, emergency rescuers fought to rescue Daoyi by the roadside and then aired it to the hospital in Dunti. The Scottish Daily Record reported that after Doe’s car accident, his family was told that he was only 5% likely to survive. Even if you can save your life, you may lose your legs.
Dowie recalled, “The deer came out of nowhere, and I was unprepared. I remember the severe pain when the animal hit me, which I have never experienced.
From the collarbone to the ankle, the bones of my whole body were almost crushed.” Dowie was unconscious for 65 days, and then spent four months undergoing multiple operations in the hospital, implanting a large number of steel plates and nails in his body.
The car accident occurred in May 2017. After meeting with the air ambulance team that had participated in rescue recently, Dow decided to tell his survival story publicly.
He admitted that he wanted to give up for a while, but when he began to receive physical therapy, things began to improve and he could now go home and continue working.
Dowie was very satisfied with the recovery and thought that the accident was not his fault. Currently, Doe is still driving, and said that he “does not rule out the possibility of buying a new car” and wants to buy a stronger new sports car.