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 › ]
A police officer stabbed in the skull while responding to a 911 call "has a shot at a full recovery," according to his doctor, because the knife blade narrowly missed vital brain functions. NYPD officer Eder Loor, 28, was stabbed in the face and neck and had bleeding on the brai …
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 »