Quinlynn is still fighting for her life at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Overland Park.
After a trip to the park, a 7-year-old girl is tragically left fighting for her life. On Saturday, Quinlynn, a Kansas resident, walked to a park with her two brothers and mother, Jenna Jones. Strong winds shattered a branch that had fallen 30 feet from an elm tree, shattering the youngster’s skull.
According to WIBW, the force of the blow was so strong that it split her skull into two places. Quinlynn is still fighting for her life at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Overland Park. Her health was critical on a GoFundMe page set up by the second grader’s family.
“On Saturday, April 23rd, 2022, Quinlynn Irene Jones, a second-grader at St. Mary’s Grade School, was killed in a horrific tragedy. She was hit by a falling tree branch while playing outside and is currently in critical condition. This GoFundMe is for any medical bills and time off work that her mother may miss because she will be by her side!” Read the entire page.
“If you could kindly assist this family in any way, it would be greatly appreciated!! Prayers for her recovery are also very welcome!! Thank you very much to everyone! Quinlynns Climb, her Facebook page, is a great place to keep up with what’s going on with this sweet girl. Thank you, and may God continue to bless you!” It went on and on.
Quinlynn’s mother does not hold anyone responsible for what happened to his daughter, according to Ruth Ann Park, the administrator of the family’s Facebook page. “This was a truly freak accident, and every aspect had to fall into place for it to happen. We would not be here if one instant had been different. “Parks that are shared.
This was a truly freak accident, and every aspect had to fall into place for it to happen. There is no blame, no rage, only acceptance of where we are right now. We don’t know, and we can’t pretend to know, what Quin’s plans are,” she continued. Quinlynn’s depression fracture on her skull may require surgery, according to Parks, but her loved ones are praying that the swelling will subside and she won’t have to undergo surgery.
“There’s a chance….. a little chance that the swelling will go down with enough rest, and surgery won’t be necessary. We decided to embark on a new project. The rest was ideal. There’s no need to rush or be concerned about when she’ll wake up. “Parks penned this.
“Jenna has lived a lifetime in the last four days, which felt like a month. This strong little lady has a chance of not requiring surgery, which would be a key [component] in this Miracle. As a result, we cling to it. She survived what would have killed any adult instantly, “she continued. Doctors are hopeful for Quinlynn’s recovery, but they don’t know how much brain damage she may have sustained due to the event.