Five-month-old Lincoln Shumbera is back home less than a week after his parents say he was critically hurt at his Bryan daycare.
The owner of Camelot Learning Center says a caregiver allegedly told police she accidentally dropped the five-month-old last Tuesday.
Doctors told Kristen and Brad Shumbera that their son had a concussion, a skull fracture and his brain was bleeding. Lincoln underwent brain surgery at Dell Children's Hospital in Austin.
Six days and 21 stitches later, Brad Shumera say Lincoln is acting like himself again. The baby was released from the hospital Monday, and the family will continue the recovery process at home.
Bryan Police and Child Protective Services are investigating the accident.
An account has been set up at Prosperity Bank to help with medical expenses for Lincoln Shumbera. You can go to any Prosperity Bank location to donate to the Lincoln Shumbera Recovery Fund.
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