Teen bullied in school hospitalized with fractured skull and serious brain injury Teen bullied in school hospitalized with fractured skull and serious brain injury
A mother says her teen son spent multiple days in a coma after suffering serious head trauma in an altercation at school she believes is linked... Teen bullied in school hospitalized with fractured skull and serious brain injury

A mother says her teen son spent multiple days in a coma after suffering serious head trauma in an altercation at school she believes is linked to bullying. 16-year-old from Elko, Nevada, has suffered serious head injuries at the hands of a bully, according to reports. 

Neo Hobbs has been suffering at the hands of this vile child for several months and was terrified of going to school. The child was reportedly rushed to hospital with severe injuries, where he ended up in a coma as a result of the brain trauma. The individual(s) responsible have yet to be identified, but it appears as though the school in question is doing its best to play the incident down …

It is truly tragic that a child who is sent to school to receive an education is rushed to the hospital with brain injuries and sent into a coma from massive head trauma.

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The Elko School District, meanwhile, confirmed that there had been an incident at Elko High School, but have claimed it was a confrontation between two students involving only punches and a nasty fall.

His doctors insist that “He had to have been hit with something.” The severity of the injuries Neo Hobbs sustained could not have resulted from a simple fall or fist fight. The poor child’s skull has been badly fractured and his brain is bruised and bleeding. To add to that, the force of the impact was so intense that his brain even shifted inside his skull. It is hard to imagine a student so filled with rage that they could inflict such cruelty on another child. “You send them to school, and you shouldn’t have to worry about your kids going to school. Especially about something like this,” his heartbroken mother shared.

For now it remains a waiting game to see what Neo can recall if and when he regains full brain function. At the moment he is undergoing treatment at Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, but he faces a long road to recovery.

According to his mother, Sandra Davidson, doctors are indicating that Neo’s injuries could be from something worse.

“They were just asking me, ‘He had to have been hit with something,'” she said.

Davidson said officers with the Elko Police Department are investigating, but they did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

“You send them to school, and you shouldn’t have to worry about your kids going to school,” she said. “Especially about something like this.”

You can help ease some of their worries by making a contribution to the GoFundMe page set up by Neo’s uncle, Andy Andersen.

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