Kaylan Dowdie is on a miraculous journey of recovery after she was severely beaten by five accused women at a party in St Andre in late 2020. The teenage girl was hospitalized at the University Hospital of the West Indies since the incident and has been making a great recovery.
Kaylan’s mother, Veneshia Buckley shared more updates on her daughter’s recovery on Instagram over the Easter weekend. In a post made on Saturday, the teenager, who was feared to suffer paralysis after the horrific ordeal, is videoed lifting her leg repeatedly.
In the caption, her mother wrote, “God never brought us this far to leave us, This God that I serve if Faithful, I can vouch for Him.”
See the video below.
Sunday Kaylan took a break from the hospital bed to get some fresh air in a wheelchair. A picture of the survivour was posted with a caption naming the medical conditions she could have suffered after the physical assault that she miraculously overcame.
Buckley wrote, “They said 1% but God said 100% no icu, no paraplegic, no coma, speech impediment, no long term memory loss, no vegetable, what they spoke over you I rebuked and trusted God, who can tell me My God is not real, who can tell me My God isn’t faithful, who can tell me My God isn’t a miracle worker, the next phase is home I will keep trusting my God because I k ow we will be home soon in Jesus name. Happy Resurrection Sunday we are alive!”
Both posts received many comments sending well wishes and praises to God for the teen’s continuous health improvements.