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Man in his 20 year old loren schauers left living with only half his body

20 year old loren schauers the lower half of his body amputated after a horror forklift accident. Since then, he has been living without his limb and going on with his life as best as he can.

20-year-old Loren Schauers from Great Falls, MT was driving a forklift on a bridge when he veered off the edge and fell 50ft before being crushed by it in September 2019.

20-year-old Loren Schauers from Great Falls, MT was driving a forklift on a bridge when he veered off the edge and fell 50ft before being crushed by it in September 2019.

Loren had a life-saving operation thay removed his lower part of his body.

He said he was conscious and watched as the forklift fell on top of him. He described feeling the pain and being unable to move during the traumatic accident.

“Every medical professional is amazed, especially when you have all these injuries. They can talk about the story and help him put it all behind him.

“It was a hard choice, but it wasn’t difficult to decide. There were two choices to be made: living or dying.”

Doctors in the US feared Loren would not make it through a surgery he needed, but with proper care & attention he’s made a good recovery and is now out of the hospital.

His wife Sabia Reiche has been by his side throughout this ordeal, staying with him in hospital.

Speaking on their YouTube channel, Sabia discussed uncertainty over Loren’s life expectancy.

However, the average age of death for those people was 11 years old. The oldest person to have ever died of natural causes is 24 years old. Loren’s situation may seem rare but if we go off his time left, we might be very happy that he has a lot of time left with us. However, it’s hard to estimate how much time he has left.

The couple are currently fundraising for a new bionic arm for Loren to improve his quality of life. This fundraiser will help get him a Bionic Arm through Atom Limbs that will restore full sense of touch and movement.

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