They left the hospital today at around 4:00 p.m. In case you're counting, that's almost 28 hours, which is close to four times the average wait of 7.2 hours.
You'll have to friend him on Facebook to see his posts, but he offers an interesting mix of his first-hand experience as well as a brief look into Grady's tumultuous history. The kicker? They have to go back tomorrow morning for a follow-up appointment.
After the jump are a few excerpts from the mother and son's "hell of a night." Sleep well, George. We hope tomorrow's wait is much, much shorter.
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