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The family of an Ohio man who returned to the U.S. comatose in April after suffering a traumatic brain injury from a car accident in the Republic of Georgia was given little chance of recovering by doctors who said they should be prepared to turn off his feeding tube within six months to a year.
Yet 38-year-old Zach Lawrence, of Dublin, Ohio, apparently wasn’t listening to the physicians at Ohio State University’s Dodd Hall Rehabilitation Center. He’s begun making sounds, keeping his eyes open and smiling at his children.
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Some of the best evidence that he’s aware came when he was asked to respond with a push of a “yes” or “no” button to the question: “Do you like Michigan?” Ohio State and the University of Michigan have one of the fiercest and most storied rivalries in college football and just about everything else.
To the delight of his family, Lawrence pushed the “no” button not once but twice.
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“He always makes a face when we mention Michigan,” Lawrence’s wife, Meghan, told The Columbus Dispatch. “We’re pretty sure he’s in there.”
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