Randal McCloy moved to rehab center
It looks like a long road is ahead for Sago's miracle survivor. The latest update has this
Family members of the lone survivor of the Sago Mine disaster believe he has weeks, possibly months, of therapy ahead of him at a rehabilitation center where he was transferred.
Randal McCloy Jr., 26, remained in fair condition, no longer in a coma but still unable to speak, doctors said Thursday after he was taken to the center.
"The family is very pleased with his progress," said family spokeswoman Aly Goodwin Gregg. "However, they are fully aware that the recovery process is still ongoing, and it will be a long process. We're talking about weeks and months."