Little League World Series

12-year-old Easton Oliverson was preparing to play in the Little League World Series when he suffered a tragic accident that left him in a coma fighting for his life. At first, it looked like he had a “0% chance to live,” but now it looks like there’s still a chance the Little Leaguer makes a full recovery.

Oliverson was put in a medically-induced coma after fracturing his skull on the floor of his team’s dormitory complex. According to reports, Oliverson was sleeping on the top bunk when he suddenly fell out of the bed and hit his head on the floor.

The 12-year-old was rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery, and according to his father, Jace Oliverson, the Little Leaguer had a slim chance of survival.

“I’m just grateful that he’s still alive, because I was pretty much told he had a 0% chance to live. We feel very fortunate,” Jace Oliverson said.

Despite the scary injury and the grim initial prognosis, there is still hope that the 12-year-old can make a full recovery.

“There is a chance of a full recovery. It’s just a matter of how long and the therapy that he’s going to receive. We’re just asking for prayers. Continuous prayers.”

[Fox News]