Saturday, 22 October 2016

Amazing! High school goalkeeper wakes up from coma speaking fleunt Spanish

Reuben Nsemoh an aspiring football player who was his high school goal keeper woke up from a coma speaking a language he had never spoken before.

WSB TV reported that Reuben is suffering from a third concussion that nearly killed him after he dived for a ball and a player kicked him in the head.

He was was airlifted to Atlanta Medical Center, where he spent several days in a coma. 

When he finally woke up, his mother, Dorah Nsemoh, told WSB-TV that her son was speaking fluent Spanish, something he's never done before. 

Althoug he wis stable, he is still not able to go to school and his family is devastated as it isn't known how much damage has been done. 

Speaking to WSB- TV his soccer coach confirmed that he stopped breathing several times after the incident.
Kalonji said he was in 'shock and panic', adding that Rueben would fade in and out of consciousness and 'he'd start throwing up'. 
'You thought you'd might lose him. I thought I might lose him there,' Kalonji said.

Rueben told the station: 'Sometimes I daze out. Sometimes I feel like I'm not there, but I am.'
Upon his return to the game, his coach wants him and other goalkeepers to wear a helmet.

'We should try to prevent these things from happening earlier,' Kalonji said.
Rueben's medical bills have peaked at $200,000, but a GoFundMe account has been  
Reuben hopes to  play  professionally in the future but for now he'll continue to stay at home and heal. 


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