Boy injured in lawn mower accident returns to school

PATRICK: KENOSHA COUNTY FIRST CLASS INJURED AND ANGLO OUR INCIDENT RETURNED TO SCHOOL. JOYCE: HE PLAYED DURING THE RECESSE AS A PIECE OF METAL IN SEPTEMBER KIEDCK UP. YOU HIT HIM IN THE HEAD FROM A LAWNMOWER. . He spent a month recovering. . HIS FAMILY SAYS THE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD IS GOING AND TALKING AND WENT TO SCHOOL YESTERDAY. >> IT WAS EVERYTHING TRAGICAL. HE WAS EXCITED, AND HIS MEMBERS AND TEACHERS WERE EXCITED. HE TURNED AUTBO TWO HOURS BEFORE HE GOT VERY TIRED AND SORRY, THEN HAD BODY THERAPY. It was a busy day for HI

Kenosha County boy injured in a lawnmower accident returns to school

Alex Hook, now 7 years old, returned to school on a part-time basis Monday after undergoing a skull implantation

Updated: 4:01 PM CST January 12, 2022

Alex Hook, the Kenosha County’s first grader who was critically injured in a lawnmower incident, has returned to school. In September, Alex was playing at Silver Lake during recess when a piece of metal thrown up by a lawnmower hit him in the head. He spent a month in a hospital to recover. His family said the now 7-year-old walked and talked and went back to school part-time on Monday. “It was all very exciting. He was excited. His classmates were excited. The teachers were excited. And he lasted about two hours before he got really tired and unfortunately, he did physical therapy after that, so it was a very busy day for him, “said Michelle Koertgen, Alex Hook’s aunt. Alex is currently going to school three hours a day, and physiotherapy monitored him every day after undergoing a skull implantation a few months ago.

Alex Hook, the Kenosha County’s first grader who was critically injured in a lawnmower incident, has returned to school.

In September, Alex was playing at Silver Lake during recess when a piece of metal thrown up by a lawnmower hit him in the head.

He spent a month in a hospital to recover.

His family said the now 7-year-old was walking and talking and went back to school part-time on Monday.

“It was all very exciting. He was excited. His classmates were excited. The teachers were excited. And he lasted about two hours before he got really tired, and unfortunately he does physical therapy afterwards, so it’s been a very busy day for him, “said Michelle Koertgen, Alex Hook’s aunt.

Alex will currently go to school three hours a day and do physical therapy every day.

Health officials are still monitoring him after undergoing a skull implantation a few months ago.

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