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Grant Aasen

Junior Varsity Football Player

Mills High School

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Mills High School

400 Murchison Drive

Millbrae, California,94030

United States

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The EMTs, firefighters, life flight personnel and the neurologist that attended to Starr's Mill High School Junior Varsity football player Grant Aasen after a whiplash injury two weeks ago at a ball game at Northgate were honored after the coin toss at the game Friday night between Starr's Mill and Northgate. The injury and Grant's full recovery after the emergency surgery at Atlanta Medical Center is nothing short of a miracle, said Grant's mother Tina.
For Starr's Mill High School JV running back Grant Aasen and his family it was a special night.


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Grant Aasen, EMTs and doctor honored at Friday football game
The EMTs, firefighters, life flight personnel and the neurologist that attended to Starr's Mill High School Junior Varsity football player Grant Aasen after a whiplash injury last week at a ball game were honored after the coin toss at the game Friday night between Starr's Mill and Northgate.


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Starr's Mill JV running back Grant Aasen has made a miraculous recovery Read More>


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Starr's Mill JV running back Grant Aasen has made a miraculous recovery
from brain surgery following an on-field injury last week during an away game at Northgate. Aasen went home Thursday and despite a few short term memory problems, he is otherwise unscathed. Which is especially amazing for a kid who had brain surgery to remove an eight centimeter blood clot from his brain. "He's so normal," said Grant's astounded mother, Tina Aasen. At the hospital, Starr's Mill coaches and the principal joined other parents in the waiting room into the wee hours of the morning as Grant underwent the four-hour surgery. The Aasens credited the quick response of EMTs and also the intervention of staff at the Atlanta Medical Center hospital where Grant was taken immediately following the injury. It is not known how Grant suffered the injury, but doctors described it as a whiplash type of injury. The community has been so tremendously supportive during the entire process, she said, adding her heartfelt thanks for the many, many prayers offered up on Grant's behalf. "We cannot thank everyone enough for their prayers and thoughts for Grant," the family said in a statement. "The football team shaved half their heads in support of Grant," she said. Doctors used some 60 staples to close the wound created by the surgery, she added. Grant will be staying at home for approximately a month while he builds his strength back up, Aasen said. Meanwhile, the Aasen family is urging family and friends to support a ballot initiative that would help provide additional funding for trauma care in Georgia. The second Constitutional amendment question on the ballot, if approved, would create a new $10 fee assessed on annual auto tag bills to provide additional funding for trauma care. Without the trauma care provided to him at the hospital in downtown Atlanta, Grant might have suffered a dramatically different outcome, Aasen said. "Grant was fortunate to get quick, expert care for his injury," the Aasens said in the statement to the media. "Without that immediate care, the outcome could have been tragic. Georgia needs to upgrade its trauma network so that all Georgians can have access to trauma care when they need it." The Aasens were to attend last night's Northgate-Starr's Mill football game at Northgate to recognize the hospital staff and EMTs who saved Grant, and his mother noted the school has been terribly sympathetic to the family as well.


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