‘Internally Decapitated’ Woman Has 1% Chance Of Living Before She Makes Miraculous Recovery

by Lindsey Smith
Lindsey is from Florida and has worked in online and print media. Her happy place is Michaels craft store.

In winter 2016, Molei Wright and her boyfriend were hit by a truck while driving through Kenosha Pass in Colorado.

Molei was pinned between the passenger seat and the dashboard, and couldn’t get out.

Thanks to a heroic stranger who performed CPR, Molei did not die on the scene, according to KMGH Denver.

However, once Molei got to the hospital, her recovery prognosis was grim. Doctors said she was “internally decapitated,” and they gave her a 1% chance of survival. With only machines keeping Molei alive, her family was prepared for the worst.

As weeks passed, though, Molei began defying the odds that were stacked against her.

In fact, she slowly recovered from the horrific accident.

She has since returned home from the hospital and is making remarkable progress. Molei is up and moving, and she is even speaking again.

Molei has made such an amazing recovery that she’s able to ski with the help of an adaptive ski program. “It feels so good to be outside again,” she told KMGH. “This is what I missed.”

Watch the video below to see her whole recovery process. Then, please SHARE this post on Facebook with family and friends.

Footage and photos provided by KMGH Denver

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