Newly Wed Car Accident Case: Woman Out of ICU
Little they knew that their marriage would end on such a tragic note. Kirsten Steinke and Kallan Stithem was a newly married couple, and were in New Zealand to enjoy their honeymoon.
They met with a truck accident in which her husband Kallan died at the spot and Kirsten was admitted in the intensive care unit. She battled for life, and now it has been revealed that she has been shifted from ICU to high-dependency unit at Waikato Hospital.
Her parents have informed that though she is serious, she can be listed as stable. They have further informed that her condition has improved to such a level; where she has to gather strength to get perfectly fine. They also thanked nurses and Kirsten's well wishers, who have prayed for her.
"We would like to give a special thank you to Annette Forrester and maxillofacial surgeons Steve Evans and Simon Lou for ensuring that Kirsten's jaw surgery was accomplished", said her parents.
Jim and Gerri Steinke, parents of Kirsten said that their daughter tries to communicate with them. They even believe that it would not have been possible, if their daughter's well wishers would not have prayed for her. More time would be needed for her recovery, said doctors.
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