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A 12-year-old Little League baseball player from Utah who suffered a serious head injury after falling off the top of his head at a dormitory complex in Pennsylvania is able to sit, eat and walk with support, his family said. Thursday social media post.
Easton Oliverson, who plays for Snow Canyon out of Santa Clara, Utah, is listed in critical condition after suffering an injury Monday. The boy’s family gave an encouraging update.
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“We are amazed by their energy and willingness to try new things,” the post read. “He was communicating frequently with his mother, father and uncles who were in the hospital with him. His voice was noticeably clearer when he spoke! He asked Nancy about his hair and why he was there.”
The post showed Easton himself eating and drinking.
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The boy’s uncle, Spencer Beck, told The Associated Press that Easton fell out of bed while sleeping in Williamsport.
“Teammates heard him fall, thank goodness,” Beck said. “When he was operated on, the doctor spoke to Jace and told him that if he hadn’t been operated on but 30 minutes later he would have died.”
The boy’s father, Jace Oliverson, is an assistant coach for Utah’s first-ever Little League World Series.
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Easton’s brother Brogan was added to the roster in order for the team to maintain its 13-man roster.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.