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Doctors thought she was brain dead, even beginning to prepare to harvest her organs.

But then, a miracle happened: Abigail Kopf, the 14-year-old – and youngest – victim of the February shootings in Kalamazoo, Michigan, came back, her family says.

Her mother, Vickie Kopf, recounted the incredible moment online, writing:

“I took her hand in mine and asked her, ‘Abbie, if you can hear me, let me know.’ That's when she intertwined her fingers with mine and squeezed my hand.”

“That was 6 weeks ago,” Kopf wrote yesterday.

“Not only did Abbie come back to us, she’s walking and talking. But her path to full recovery is uncharted and may never end.”

The girl’s family is sharing photos of her leaps and bounds on Facebook, and has started a GoFundMe page to help pay for her long-term needs:

 

 

Join us in wishing Abbie well, and head here to see more photos of her amazing progress! 


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