Last month, a police officer was stabbed in the head by an emotionally disturbed man. A knife with a 3.5" blade was driven into Police Officer Eder Loor's head, penetrating his skull and brain. A doctor called Loor "the luckiest unlucky man you could ever have." Today, Loor left Mt. Sinai Hospital. [ more › ]
On Tuesday, a police officer responding to a call about an emotionally disturbed man was stabbed in the head by the man. The knife, with a 3.5" blade, penetrated Officer Eder Loor's skull and his brain. Yesterday, Loor's neurosurgeon described him as "probably the luckiest unlucky man you could ever have." [ more › ]
Officer Eder Loor of the New York Police Department, who is expected to make a full recovery, “is probably the luckiest unlucky man you could ever have,” his doctor said.
Doctors treating Eder Loor, the police officer who was stabbed in the head by a mentally ill man in East Harlem yesterday, say he should make a "complete recovery." That's kind of amazing, considering the knife pretty much plunged directly through his brain (or, more technically, after "entering just behind ... More »
Officer Eder Loor was conscious, though sedated, when the commissioner visited him at Mount Sinai Hospital Tuesday night.
Officer Eder Loor was critically injured today when a man suffering from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder stabbed him in the temple with a knife. Ray Kelly said Loor was "conscious and alert" when he arrived at the hospital for surgery, and that the doctor was "cautiously optimistic." The suspect's mother ... More »