Teen injured in crash out of coma
By Barbara Norton
Matthew Bryant is no longer in a coma. Reports of Matthew coming out of his coma on Friday were confirmed Saturday by Poway High School principal Scott Fisher.
Matthew, 15, and his brother Michael, 17, were critically injured in a three-car crash Sept. 5 on Twin Peaks Road on their way home from school. Both remain hospitalized after multiple surgeries. Michael is expected to be released from the hospital in two weeks, according to Fisher. He has been reporting his brother’s condition on social media.
Two other teens riding with the Bryant brothers, Joseph Casteloes and Christian Islay, returned to school by Friday the week of the accident, Fisher said earlier.
According to the San Diego County Sheriff, a Ford Escort driven westbound by Michael Bryant drifted into oncoming traffic, struck a vehicle in the eastbound lane, then slid into another vehicle. Those in the other vehicles received minor injuries.
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