US: Boy thrown off a Mall balcony returns to school after a year
Minnesota : A young boy was thrown off the third-floor balcony at the Mall of America in Minnesota earlier this year has now recovered enough to go to the school.
The boy, identified as Landen, is now capable of walking perfectly after suffering from injuries that resulted from the incident in April, according to a GoFundMe page run by a family friend.
Landen was just five years old when the incident had happened to him. According to the page, he had gone home with limp and uneven legs from by a broken femur and an open wound on his abdomen.
The boy underwent intensive care to recover from two broken arms, a broken leg, the removal of his spleen and procedures to remove fluid from his lungs and stomach, among other injuries, according to a family statement.
The page mentioned that the boy is now able to walk without limps and blows kisses to her mother every morning while going to the school.
The kindergartner tells people that he fell off a cliff, was caught by angels and that Jesus loves him, so he'll be fine, according to the site.
Since the GoFundMe account launched the day after Landen's attack, it has received more than $1 million from well-wishers to cover his medical bills.