St. Louis Park, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- Just a week ago, Jack Jablosnki's family was celebrating his return home from the hospital, but now Jack has landed in the hospital once again.
According to Jack Jablonski's Caring Bridge site, the family had to send Jack to the ER last night because he was suffering from issues that are common to people with spinal cord injuries.
The family says that these issues usually subside, but not this time.
And what's more is that Jack and his brother Max were supposed to throw out the first pitch before Wednesday's game between the Twins and Boston Red Sox at Target Field.
According the KARE 11, Jack was taken to Abbott Northwestern Hospital where he is listed in good condition.
Jack Jablonski was paralyzed after being checked from behind during a hockey game back in December.
Here is what Jack's mother wrote on his Caring Bridge site:
Never did we think that Jack would land in the hospital just a week after his discharge from Sister Kenny. Then again, never did we think our son would suffer such a devastating injury playing the sport he loved so much.
But life is full of curve balls, isn't it? This one especially hit hard because Jack and Max were invited by the Minnesota Twins to throw out the first pitch in last night's game. Imagine how excited they were, and then how crushed we all felt as we watched Jack suffer from issues that are common to people with spinal cord injuries.
Usually these issues subside, but not this time. After several alarming incidents, it was time to head to the ER. Jack was admitted to the hospital, which is where I sit writing this entry.
A sense of darkness has hovered over us since last week when Jack was discharged from Sister Kenny. The reality of his condition is a constant reminder that our lives will never be the same. We've learned to accept life's challenges, even if we despise them and we know all too well that things can change in a heartbeat.
But now, more than ever, we know that although we're going to face a lot of disappointments, we can never give up hope and that it's so important to BEL13VE.
Posted to the web by Krista Burns