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Keep Sean Locklear’s Family In Your Thoughts

Posted by Stephen Czarda on February 4, 2015 – 3:56 pm

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Keep former Washington Redskins Sean Locklear in your thoughts.

As explained on a Caring Bridge page, Locklear’s son Zane was at his grandmother’s house last week when he found access to a pool and was found later unconscious.

“A neighbor, who happened to be a nurse, responded to shouting and immediately started CPR,” the site writes. “Paramedics and police arrived and continued to administer CPR, which continued until they arrived at the hospital. After approximately an hour they got his pulse back, which was the first hurdle. They conducted two CT scans and found a small amount water on the brain and eventually transferred him to UNC Chapel Hill Hospital by helicopter. His temperature was quite low from the pool water, which is good in this bad situation as it keeps the swelling down in the brain. They kept this temperature low for the first couple days and then have progressively brought him back to a normal body temperature today. He continues to give us hope and inspiration through each foot movement or eye flicker. Thank you all for your prayers.”

Early this morning, an update was posted with MRI results:

“We got the results back from the MRI and they don’t look good. Zane is not in a coma, so there’s no “waking up” in his situation, he is simply not responsive due to his brain injury. This is not good news. Please pray for a miracle at this point. Yes, God can work miracles and we are still believing… Zane is STILL fighting. Paxton is doing well and will hopefully arrive this week.”

To get more on Zane’s status, we encourage you to check out the Caring Bridge page.


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