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Bangladesh: Two little girls
She didn't see the soldier who fired the shot. Her father was running from the village carrying her in his arms.
Her arms were around his neck. The bullet smashed through her right forearm and entered her father's head, killing him instantly.
She didn't talk much about what happened next. She crossed the border in to Bangladesh with her mother and little brother.
Shot in the arm
Her arm was too badly damaged for us to treat in our facility at Kutupalong, so we referred her to the Memorial Christian Hospital, a couple of hours away to the north.
The surgeons began by fixing the forearm bones. I reviewed her when she returned to the clinic with her arm in a cast.
She couldn't stretch out her fingers because the extensor tendons in her forearm had been destroyed by the bullet.
After a month or so, she was ready for further surgery to reconstruct the tendons.
She came to the clinic this morning, proud to show me the result.
She could waggle her fingers. She was delighted.
Her mother was so grateful for the treatment she received that she asked us to tell the world what had happened to her daughter.
Shot in the head
How can you be shot through the eye and remain alive? This little girl didn't see who shot her either.
The bullet entered her skull obliquely, in front of her right ear.
The bullet traversed her eyeball and exited through the side of her nose.
The eye was completely destroyed of course.
The surgeons repaired a hole an inch across between her eye socket and the brain.
The sight in her left eye is normal.
Although she was unfortunate to have been shot, she was incredibly lucky to survive.
These two little girls managed to reach Bangladesh and received excellent care.
But how many more died before they were able to leave Myanmar?