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Baylor Bramble hospitalized after seizure during therapy

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Baylor Bramble returned to the football field nearly a year after an injury almost took his life. (WSMV) Baylor Bramble returned to the football field nearly a year after an injury almost took his life. (WSMV)
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Baylor Bramble, a Siegel High School football player injured during a game last year, is back in the hospital.

According to his family, Bramble had a major seizure during therapy at Vanderbilt on Wednesday. He was transferred to the emergency room where he soon stabilized.

As Bramble was being prepped for discharged Wednesday night, his temperature dropped. He was kept overnight.

Last month, Bramble’s family shared messages he types via iPad.

“He said things such as, ‘Trust, I told you to wait. Believe in the hope you have found,’” said Christy Bramble, Baylor’s mother. “One message said, ‘I’m not quitting.’”

 “This is coming from a 17-year-old who’s been immobile for a year,” said David Bramble, Baylor’s father. “Can’t eat, he can’t drink, he can’t move, speak. We have to do everything for him, and yet he’s given us messages.”

The family cannot field visits or calls, but asked everyone to continue to pray for Baylor.

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