Washington, United States, large earthquake that shook Washington DC earlier this week to bring blessings for a grandfather who previously sentenced to permanent deafness. When people were excited to save himself, his own grandfather was actually excited because it was suddenly able to hear.
Robert Valderzak, 75-year-old man from Washington DC to lose his hearing after a crash on June 19, 2011, just in time for Father’s Day celebration. This accident seriously damaged her ears and then also had to be rushed to the hospital to get help.
“He had conductive deafness. That is, there may be a problem with fluid on the bones inside the ear. Her nerves were also damaged, so kerusakannnya been combined,” said Dr. Ross Fletcher of the Veterans Affairs Hospital, who was handling Valderzak, as quoted from Myfoxdc.
Since then, Valderzak have difficulty in communicating. To know that someone was talking to him, he wore a special speaker lights will light up if there is a sound and then still have to activate a special audio device to hear it.
But local time, everything changes. When her four children came to visit and place an earthquake measuring 5.8 magnitude, her children and others around screaming hysterically as he ran to save themselves.
For a while, Valderzak also dissolves in the hoopla. Only after it’s over, he was amazed and began to realize that he was not using hearing aids and that means her ear was healed.
“I told my children, I could hear again. I’ve heard it all, people screaming in the hallway,” said Valderzak excited.
Although happy for because the patient felt it was healed, Dr. Fletcher doubt if the hearing Valderzak completely recovered. According to the ears Valderzak not necessarily recover 100 percent and to prove it Valderzak must undergo an audiogram test.
But being too happy, Valderzak no longer concerned about such a test and felt no need to live it. For him, could hear again without a walker is a miracle from the Almighty who happened to come to coincide with the earthquake
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