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Ashely Lowery is going home


Great news out of the Northeast Georgia Medical Center today…

Ashely Lowery has been cleared to leave the hospital and head home. Lowery was moved from ICU to a regular room on Wednesday and now he’s leaving that regular room for his regular home in Cleveland, Georgia.

It can’t be said enough how lucky he is to come away from the accident alive. The fact that he’s already walking and expected to fully recover is nothing short of amazing.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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5 Comments for Ashely Lowery is going home

  1. Howdy
    12:12 pm May 9, 2013 Permalink

    Does anybody know exactly what injuries Ashely did have? I know he didn’t have any broken bones or internal bleeding, so what exactly had im in ICU for so long? Im assuming he had cuts, bruises, and probably a concussion but does anybody know any specifics? Glad to hear he gets to go home, thats great news.

  2. rixter
    12:23 pm May 9, 2013 Permalink

    Amen. Rollover crash, ejected from the vehicle and thrown 100 feet. Most people are buried 3 days after an accident like that.

    I had heard he had a neck injury..but no broken bones and no internal injuries

  3. RahRah
    1:16 pm May 9, 2013 Permalink

    Great news indeed! Continued prayers for a complete recovery.

  4. Corey
    1:45 pm May 9, 2013 Permalink

    Been following this closely! Prayers are answered! God bless Ashely and family! Get well soon! Hope to see you back on the field! GO CATS!!!

  5. shepdog
    5:31 pm May 9, 2013 Permalink

    I have heard nothing about toxicology reports and hope there are none to speak of, but, I find it interesting with this accident occurring at the time that it did that no one has even so much as mentioned this. Have I missed something or has this been put to rest? Here is to a speedy and full recovery.