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February 24, 2009
MERIDIAN -- A New Hampshire man injured Feb. 10 when his horse-drawn recreational vehicle was struck by an 18-wheeler on Highway 45 South is expected to be released from the hospital within the next few days, according to hospital authorities.
Deerfield, N.H., native Bob Skelding, 49, was transported to Rush Foundation Hospital to be treated for head injuries after the wreck near the Noxubee-Kemper county line.
Though Skelding originally was listed as critical, his condition has improved steadily during the past two weeks.
As of Monday, Skelding had been moved to an outpatient room. This morning, hospital officials predicted he likely would be released sometime this week.
Though two of Skelding''s horses, Deedee and Dollie, died after the accident, the two surviving horses, Doc and Joyce, have made a full recovery and will be transported to New Hampshire after Skelding''s release, his family members previously said.
WithAView commented at 2/26/2009 1:36:00 AM:
Sonny Scott commented at 11/22/2009 6:32:00 AM:
Did they do a brain transplant? Is he now aware that driving a horse-drawn wagon on a high-speed highway ain't a bright idea?
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