Damar Hamlin wasn’t just brought back to life on the field during Monday Night Football, but also as he arrived at the hospital … As per to his uncle, who says the Bills safety’s heart stopped for a 2nd time.
Gratefully, medical personnel was again able to restart his heart.

Hamlin’s uncle, Dorrian Glenn, talked to CNN outside the Cincinnati hospital on Tuesday … where he informed an update on his 24-year-old nephew. He’s remain sedated right now,” Glenn told. “They just desired him to have a better opportunity of recovering better.

So, they felt if he was sedated, his body can recover a lot faster than if he was awoke and possibly cause other problems.” Glenn told Hamlin is using 50% of a ventilator now … a big improvement from prior in his hospitalization.

Hamlin’s uncle included the ex Pittsburgh Panther suffered lung damage … but still optimistic he would be able to breathe on his own. Glenn also talked about the sheer terror the family feel like as they watched their loved one collapse before CPR was performed for about ten minutes on the field in Cincy.

“We were all in sorrow,” Glenn mentioned. “I’m not a crier, but I’ve never cried like that in my life. Just to know, like, my nephew basically passed away on the field and they brought him back to life, that’s just heartbreaking. To see all those grown men crying and all the emotion,

it truly was a gut punch, man.” “I would have been crying no issue who it was, but for it to be my nephew, it just had that much more impact on me, man,” he told. “I’m just happy he’s still alive and able to fight and attempt and get better and recover.”

Dorrian also stated doctors have positioned Damar on his stomach in an effort to relieve pressure on his lungs. “I just desired to show my gratitude for the medical employees that were on hand,” Glenn included, “because if not for them, my nephew probably wouldn’t even be here.”

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