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Snake Bite

Discussion in 'Woodturning Discussion Forum' started by Roger Chandler, Jul 31, 2020.

  1. Roger Chandler

    Roger Chandler

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    According to an email I got from our club [Central Virginia Woodturners] one of our members, Barbara Dill was bitten by a copperhead snake yesterday and spent the night in the hospital. We wish her the best for a speedy recovery with no lasting issues. I have no further info on how it happened or where, just that Barbara was bitten according to a facebook posting.
     
  2. john lucas

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    Keep us posted. She is one of my favorite turners.
     
  3. Roger Chandler

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    From the WoW forum: Marshall Gorrow: I just read an update on Facebook by Shelly Klinger (Barbara's wife). She wrote, "Update on Barbara‘s progress: she is at St. Mary’s until at least tonight. The local pain and swelling have thankfully not progressed to any systematic involvement, labs and vital signs stable, no need for anti-venom. Good news overall, but it’s painful thank you for your good thoughts and prayers."

    Edit: Even more good news; Barbara has been released from the hospital and is going home.
    1 hr ago Edited
     
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