Caleb Brown Headed Home; Family To Hold Press Conference

Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Caleb Brown
Caleb Brown

Caleb Brown, the two-year-old Nashville boy who was struck in the head by a boulder at Fall Creek Falls, left the Scottish Rite Hospital in Atlanta with his family on Tuesday.

The family was set to spend the night in Chattanooga and hold a press conference on Wednesday, according to Channel 5 in Nashville.

Caleb has made remarkable progress since he was brought to T.C. Thompson Children's Hospital in a coma on Oct. 18.

His father, Tim Brown, said in his blog on Monday, "We have worked all day getting things ready to go home, and after doing the interview with WTVF Channel 5 in Nashville, and working on the statement for the press conference Wednesday, I am going to retire and actually sleep some tonight.

"We have to be up and early in the morning as we go through our final discharge formalities, as well as be interviewed again by WKRN Channel 4 from Nashville. I plan to finish these updates soon, probably in the next couple of days.

"Here is today’s update in super short order…Caleb crawled on his own tonight, walked with Tiffany only holding ONE hand of his, is vocalizing nearly all the time, and even reacted happily when we told him we were going home. Talk to you later."


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