News reports have revealed the miraculous recovery of a young woman after being shot in the face with a gauge shotgun.
The young woman identified as Lola Bee as well as her brother had reportedly been shot in the face with a 20 guage shotgun on February 6th, 2015.
Media Take Out reports that the victims had both healed but had a very long and gruelling recovery process.
Bee shared photos from the times she had to under go surgery, and after her recovery wrote about her experience, saying:
"Today marks a year that me and my brother were both shot in the head with a 20 gauge shot gun. I’ve never posted any pictures of how I looked and very rarely spoke on how I felt because I felt nobody would understand. The hardest part of all of this was not being able to actually see my daughter because my eyes were swollen shut.
“Through all of the surgeries I still maintained my 3.0 GPA and graduated, I still held down my job, I still ran my support group and started its store, and I raised my daughter by myself. I never let it stop me. If I had been any closer I would have lost my left eye and I just thank God that I didn’t and I don’t have any permanent issues.
“I may not still have a face without any bruises but I look at them as reminders that on February 6, 2015, me and my brother could’ve died and we're both still here. This day changed me in a lot of ways, but I’m still standing, I’m still solid and I’m still beautiful and even more determined!”
Bee's recovery as well as that of her brother, is nothing short of a miracle as they both survived without any permanent damages to their faces, and even better is the fact that they are alive.