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DeCamillis In Stable Condition After Surgery

Cowboys special teams coach Joe DeCamillis underwent surgery Monday to stabilize multiple broken bones in his spine.
According to Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple, DeCamillis is in stable condition.
“Joe DeCamillis underwent successful surgery today at Parkland Hospital to stabilize fractured vertebra in his neck,” Dalrymple said in a statement released by the team.  “He remains in stable condition and should be released from the hospital later this week.”
DeCamillis was injured Saturday when the team’s indoor practice facility collapsed during a thunderstorm.
In all, twelve persons were injured.  Scout Rich Behm reportedly suffered a severed spinal cord, and is permanently paralyzed from the waist down.

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1 Response to “DeCamillis In Stable Condition After Surgery”
  1. Raider Pride says: May 4, 2009 10:09 PM

    Parkland Hospital….. Historical.
    I wonder if he was taken to Trama Room One.
    Thank God, Joe DeCamillis under went Succesful Surgery.
    I wish….. Never mind…. That would get too political.

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