Post by EWC News on Jun 1, 2020 9:30:09 GMT -6
GLASGOW - As medical personnel arrived at Cleghorn Parks last night following the conclusion of World Wide II brought to you by Prime, they found an unresponsive Dominic Sanders. Although he was breathing, he was unconscious, bleeding from a large gash in the side of his head, scraped, bruised, and bloodied from head-to-toe, and had a broken left arm just above the wrist. After emergency surgery on a compound fracture of the radius, we learned that Sanders miraculously did not suffer long-term internal bleeding. Dr. Jaden Dubois, lead doctor for the Prime brand, was on-hand to give us a statement regarding Dominic Sanders' condition.
As always, we will continue to provide updates on the status of Dominic Sanders as we receive them.
"We are very fortunate to see Dominic Sanders alive today. His match with Jordan Sharpe last night was straight-up brutal. Although many around the world cheered when Mr. Sanders was discarded from the train, it is still a human life we are discussing here. Mr. Sanders suffered a severe compound fracture in his left arm just above the wrist. The gash in the side of his head that he received from Mr. Sharpe via a fire extinguisher was ripped open further, causing a significant amount of blood loss. Mr. Sanders sustained a Grade 2, or moderate, concussion. He has numerous contusions and cuts all throughout his body. He suffered a number of bruised ribs, including a painfully displaced rib that mildly punctured his left lung. Miraculously, that was the only internal bleeding that Mr. Sanders sustained.
I am happy to announce that Mr. Sanders was awake as of an hour ago. His memory is a little fuzzy from last night, but that is expected with a concussion of this magnitude. His headaches and vision are both affected, albeit temporarily. He does remember bits and pieces of the evening, such as being attacked by Mr. Sharpe with a bowl of soup and seeing his friends Melody Malone and Iggy Swango. Mr. Sanders is in a considerable amount of pain and will be resting in his hospital bed in Glasgow for at least seven calendar days.
Moving forward, there is no telling when medical personnel will clear Mr. Sanders to return for competition. One thing Mr. Sanders did say is that he knows he has a match at Scars and Stripes on July the 3rd and, as of right now, he does not plan on missing that match. This will, of course, be up to us as medical personnel to make a decision on. However, his upcoming matches on Monday Night Brawl Episode 557 and FSW Episode 99, as well as his duties as special guest referee on Friday Night Rampage Episode 470 have been canceled while Mr. Sanders recovers. Suitable replacements have already been filled regarding all of those instances. Any further updates will be made my Mr. Sanders himself, should he be capable of doing so."