Former AmaTuks defender and Zimbabwe international Partson Jaure survived a horrific car accident in the early hours of Sunday in Harare near Prince Edward School.
Jaure, who suffered severe injuries in the car crash was rushed to Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals unconscious after he crashed his car into a tree.
But on Monday Dynamos team doctor Robert Musara said that the defender is now “out of danger” after scans revealed he sustained no serious internal head injuries.
“Partson is out of danger. CT scans have been done and they revealed a depressed skull fracture but the good thing is that there is no internal haemorrhage, there is no internal bleeding which is a positive thing to start with,” said Dynamos team doctor Musara as quoted by The Herald Zim.
“X-rays have also been done and there are no cracks on his spine and it’s again an encouraging thing.
“Gradually, he is regaining consciousness and we expect more positive developments as from (today) since the doctors are busy attending to him,” added Musara.
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defender Partson Jaure who was involved in a car accident yesterday .
Wishing "Yellow" a speedy recovery 🙏 pic.twitter.com/NT1YUP6k5I
— FootballersUnionZim (@FUZ_ZIM) March 22, 2020
“The skull fracture is not as serious as previously feared. It might take a bit of time for him to recover but it’s something that we expect he will eventually overcome.”
Jaure was named in the ‘Warriors’ squad set to tackle Algeria in two Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers later this month, but were indefinitely postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Meanwhile, Nigeria international and Enugu Rangers striker Ifeanyi George (26) was not so lucky as he died in a car accident on his way to Lagos from Enugu on Sunday following the suspension of the Nigeria Premier League due to the coronavirus threat.
The accident also claimed the life of George with his teammate Emmanuel Ogbu and a friend.
By FARPost Reporter