Fan who was injured by a broken bat is expected to survive

Fan who was injured by a broken bat is expected to survive

According to police, the woman who was badly hit by a broken bat is expected to survive.

According to police, the woman who was badly hit by a broken bat is expected to survive. 

She was carried out of Fenway Park with bleeding head, after she was stroke by a bat.

On Saturday, officer Rachel McGuire told the Associated Press that the woman is recovering now. She was hit during the game between Boston Red Sox and Oakland Athletics. She was taken by medics from the stadium to receive medical help. It was a bat of Brett Lawrie that hit the poor woman. As a result of an accident, the game was stopped for a while.

The name or any personal details of the woman were not revealed yet. A man from Massachusetts, Alex Merlis, who was sitting behind the woman said that the broken bat flew into the row of seats.

He said:

It was violent. She bled a lot. A lot. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like that

The woman came to the game with her husband and children. She was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. On Saturday, the hospital worker said she knew nothing about woman’s condition.

When the victim was injured, people tried to comfort her children while the husband was with her all the time.

 

 

 

 

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