Bethel College students recoveringby Bethel College
NORTH NEWTON, Kan.—Two Bethel College students injured in separate automobile accidents during the school’s Thanksgiving break (TMail, Dec. 3) are recovering in Wichita hospitals.
Sunita Pudasaini underwent successful reconstructive surgery on her injured hip Nov. 27 and has been moved out of surgical intensive care. She is beginning some rehabilitation therapy but will likely not be able to put any weight on her hip and leg for a couple of months. She has regained feeling in the injured leg which likely means there is minimal nerve damage.
“Sunita and Anil [her fiancé] remain overjoyed for her saved life and healing, despite the long recovery she faces,” said Bethel College campus pastor Amy Barker. “Sunita offered no complaints, only thanksgiving for all our prayers. Anil has been working at a hospital in Chico, Calif., and hopes now to find a nursing job in Wichita in order to remain nearby.”
Brittany Voth had successful surgery Dec. 4 to close her abdomen following repairs made to her colon and urethra. She will remain in the surgical intensive care unit for a few more days for observation and until she has surgery to repair her broken arm.
“Brittany has recovered remarkably since her surgery, and is now talking and is quite herself,” said Barker. “Thanks be to God.”—Bethel College
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