Glad to hear he is ok. I am not so sure that I'd want to find out weeks after the fact that something happened to a loved one. My parents were in a car accident a couple thousand miles from home. The hospital called me and mentioned that my mom had broken her neck at C3 and T6, which is very very bad. Later we found out that it was actually C6 and T3, which is not as bad. In this case I'm glad they told me immediately so I could fly out there to see them. Sure they should have had their facts straight before contacting the loved ones. Then in Iraq you don't have the option of flying out there, but still could call and talk to the person.
My mom's spinal cord is fine and she is recovering very well. Still, it was a scare.
My 2 cents,
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