Today we continue our story about a gun fight in Muskegon that put children’s lives at risk, and the one woman who ran into the gunfire to save the kids.
The woman’s name is Carmesha Rogers. As she rushed the kids to safety, a bullet struck her in the head.
Part one of our story is here.
I met Carmesha Rogers as she recovered in her room at Hackley Hospital in Muskegon. She was surrounded by humming medical equipment and cellophane balloons. She was hooked up to tubes, but she was able to sit up in a chair to talk.
This was less than a month after a bullet hit her in the head, and passed through her brain.
I asked how she was feeling.
"Kinda tired now," she said. "But I’m all right."
She could walk, she could talk.
Her mother, Leandrea Trainor says it’s been an amazing recovery, miraculous considering what the doctor told her to expect.