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New Mexican (Newspaper) - January 17, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico Colorado man discovers 4inch nail in skull Monday January 17 2005 THE NEW MEXICAN A3 DELIVERY The Associated Press LITTLETON Colo A dentist found the source of the toothache Patrick Lawler was complaining about on the roof of his mouth a 4inch nail the construction worker had unknowingly embedded in his skull six days earlier A nail gun backfired on Lawler 23 on Jan 6 while working in Breckenridge a ski resort town in the central Colorado mountains The tool sent a nail into a piece of wood nearby but Lawler didnt realize a second nail had shot through his mouth said his sister Lisa Metcalse Following the accident Lawler had what he thought was a minor toothache and blurry vision On Wednes day after painkillers and ice didnt ease the pain he went to a dental office where his wife Katerina works We all are friends so I thought the dentists were then the doctor came out and said Theres really a Katerina Lawler said Patrick just broke down I mean he had been eating ice cream to help the He was taken to a suburban Denver hospital where he underwent a fourhour sur gery The nail had plunged inches into his brain barely missing his right eye Met calse said This is the second one weve seen in this hospital where the person was injured by the nail gun and didnt actually realize the nail had been imbedded in their neurosurgeon Sean Markey told KUSATV in Denver But its a pretty rare Lawler was recovering Sunday in the hospital where he was expected to spend sev eral more days Despite his lack of medical insurance and hospital bills between and Katerina Lawler said her hus band is in good spirits The doctors said If youre going to have a nail in the brain thats the way you want it to she said For homedelivery call 9840363 18008733372 Toll free outside Santa Fe THE SANTA FE NEWWUEXICAN Get the whole story The Associated Press A dental office Xray reveals a 4inch nail embedded in the skull of Patrick Lawler 23 Lawler unknowingly shot himself with a nail gun Jan 6 while working in Breckenridge a ski resort town in the central Colorado mountains BEADS SALE JAN 2229 BEAUTY and the BEADS 939 W Alameda Solatia Center 9825234 MoilSat GOLDEN AGE TODAY AT I TODAY AT Parents claim tsunami babies but have no proof ONE DINING U CANIINA WINE JHOP REMEMBER THE FOOD REMEMBER THE FUN REVISIT THE HEART OF OLD SANTA FE LUNCH ON SUNDAYS 125 East Palace Santa Ft Ratnatioxs 9889232 The Associated Press KALMUNAI SriLanka enita Jeyarajah believes Baby 81 is her son the 3monthold infant ripped from her arms by the tsunami Eight other mothers As days and weeks pass by the trauma of not finding their children will drive many such parents to the extreme like the one we are seeing in Kalmu said Maleec Calyanara tne spokeswoman for Save the Children in Sri Lanka But every effort should be made to ensure that the baby goes to the rightful When the waves tore through Jeyarajahs beach front home she grabbed her son Abilass and her younger sister and climbed atop a concrete slab The force of the raging waters broke apart their perch and tore Abilass from her grasp as all three fell into the raging waters While Jeyarajah and her family insist Baby 81 is hers the tsunami also stole the paperwork to prove it Hours after the Dec 26 tsunami killed thousands sundered families and flat tened towns and villages an old man found the baby on a beach covered in mud but unhurt He took the wide eyed child to the hospital in the eastern coastal town of Kalmunai just hours after the Dec 26 tsunami the 81st admission that terrible day The desperate struggle by grieving parents over the infant is perhaps the most extreme example yet of the depths of a tragedy that has torn families apart Of the people who died in Sri Lanka 40 percent about were children It is an extremely sad and pathetic Caly anaratne said Such incidents in fact confirm our fear that more children have died in the disaster than previously The courts will decide the fate of Baby 81 who doctors say is between three and four months old DNA tests are planned to determine whom if any among the nine claim ants is the real parent But the tests are extremely expensive about matching the aver age monthly salary of a low level government bureaucrat and far more than a village fisherman might earn Maybe the couples are not lying but the only way to make sure 100 percent is to have a DNA said K Muhunthan consulting obstetrician at Kalmunai Base Hospital We cannot give away orphans first come first served We must be For the 25yearold Jeyara jah the battle to claim her baby is another nightmare to deal with since the tsunami destroyed her home and swept away birth records and family photographs that might have proven her claim They have lost every thing said her mother S Parameshwarie recounting her daughters story from a relief camp This is their baby No doubt He has the same smile as his mother MEXICO FOLK ART TOUR March 10 to March 23 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January 19th 2005 to Cities of Gold Hotel 10A Cities of Gold Road Pojoaque NM lor more information regarding this meeting or the mission of the Advisory Board please eontael Meniixs lxceutive Direelor 505 or limail address Visit the NNMCAB website at Catch the Legislative Shuttle Provided by Santa Fe Trails and the NM Department of Transportation Avoid the fuss and ride the bus During the Legislative Session January 18th March 18 Santa Fe Trails along with the NM Department of Transportation is providing shuttle service to the State Capitol Monday through Friday due to very limited parking You can park your car for free at the NM Department of Transportation at 1120 Cerrillos Road Santa Fe Trails service begins at with service every 15 minutes all day along Cerrillos Rd The last bus leaves the Capitol stop at back to the NM Transportation Department The cost is for a roundtrip ticket for adults for youth age 61 7 and seniors 59 Monthly passes are available ask your driver Park for free 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