Michigan Woman Flies to Florida to Be Seen By Mom Who Regained Sight After 21 Years
In 1995, a Florida woman's eyesight was lost following an auto accident. ABC News reports that following a fall in her home recently, her eyesight returned. Not only that, but, the woman says she used to be color blind -- now, she's not!
Doctors are stunned as she exclaims in the video "I'm the happiest woman in the whole wide world!" The neurosurgeon that performed her recent surgery says that maybe in the surgery that followed her auto accident the artery that sends blood to the part of the brain that controls eyesight was restricted, and somehow became unrestricted in her recent surgery.
Mary Ann Franco's daughter, Michelle, is from Michigan, and when she flew to see her mom recently, Mary couldn't stop staring and commenting about her daughter's features, WPBF-TV said.