Parkland, FL, March 06, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Kyle Laman returned from Broward Health North yesterday from a horrific gunshot wound to his right ankle. Kyle is still dealing with memories of the terror he felt when his classroom was locked and he was stuck in the hallway during the shooting. The teacher couldn't get the door open fast enough. Everyone was running scared. Kyle looked at the gunman staring right back at him, and instinctively jumped for cover. The bullets were flying, and doctors told his mom one tore though his ankle and foot.
He has already had two major surgeries to reconstruct ligaments in his leg that were damaged in the Valentine's Day mass killing. With his parents Franz and Maria Laman by his side, they won't be able to work for a while due to the caring of their son. Kyle is extremely grateful to be alive and thankful for many of the first responder's heroic and quick actions. Coral Springs Police Sergeant Jeff Heinrich, who was on campus volunteering, was able to help and bring Kyle to safety. Kyle gave a point on description of the killer to Heinrich.
Kyle still has a long way to recovery with two more extensive surgeries but he is excited to one day be back on campus of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and go back to school with his friends.
Funding and donations sites have been accepting money for various causes to support the victims; the official GoFundme page for Kyle Laman is https://www.gofundme.com/raising-money-for-laman-family
Please direct all inquiries while Kyle recovers from his injuries to Evan Golden at egolden(at)thebermanlawgroup(dot)com
Evan Golden – 954-649-2903