Kristie Young now advocates fire protection after being lost in the eye and brain bleeding.
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A Kentucky woman was permanently rude after being struck by an uncontrolled fireworks ̵
1; which broke each leg in her face and caused her to lose an eye.
Kristie Young, 38, says she has a “completely different face” after the horrible 2015 accident on a friend’s BBQ.
The first factory supervisor talked that she was talking for the first time and said that she was chatting with comrades when the fire was pushed sideways instead of blowing into the sky. It shaved her head and exploded, splitting each leg into her face and left her fighting for her life in intensive care for 41 days.
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Young lost her left eye in July 2015 blast and continued to suffer from brain bleeding which made her paralyzed on the left side. She spent another 273 days in the rehab after being fired but can not leave or stand without help at the moment.
Aunt-five, wearing an eyelash, said that her changed appearance has been extremely difficult to accept the following fatal accident
Now, Young, of Edmonton, Ky., Is warning about unregulated fireworks and said she will never go close fireworks again.
“I do not remember anything at night. The last thing I remember is swimming in the pool earlier that day, Young said.” But from what I’ve been told, nobody really knows what went wrong. One of the fireworks must have been wrong, because instead of getting into the air to explode it went sideways. “
” I just stood in the wrong place at the wrong time, “she added.
Kristie Young is seen as she behaved in the months after her accident.
Young people allowed medical workers to tell their father that they did not expect her to live when she transferred her to the University of Louisville Hospital.
“I had broken every leg in my face and I had to have an operation to remove the front of my skull,” she said.
“My face is completely different now. I hate to say this, but at first it was several times when I could not bear to look at myself in the mirror. I would like to ask my nurse to cover the mirror so I would not have to look at my reflection. “
Young said another difficult moment came when she renewed her license, when looking at her new photo was a” tough “moment.
” It’s hard, because when you go somewhere, people also starve Walmart. Children ask you questions, but adults do not. It makes me very sad because my youngest son was born four days after my accident, so he never saw me another way. He does not know what I look like.
“This has a traumatic effect on me. It’s raising my heart apart,” she said.
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Young suffered from devastating brain bleeding weeks after the accident and can not now go or stand without help, which led to her losing the job.
In addition to losing her left eye, Young’s right eye has left with only 30 percent vision.
She said she has been through more than 30 operations since the accident, which has changed her life in every way.
“It was so devastating when I lost my job. I cried for days. I really liked it,” she said. “It was not my dream job but I had so much pride in it. When I heard my dad said I had lost my job, it was a blow. “
Young, who says she is currently using a walker to get around, is now on physical and occupational therapy.
” These people are so wonderful. They have helped me come back to a point where I can bathe myself and take care of myself and I am so grateful.
Young hope to undergo reconstructive surgery that will help build up the eye contact and allow for a protest spectacle.