(Winnipeg Free Press) – One year after a horrific snowmobile accident that left him with a serious brain injury, Rob Hollohan has surpassed everyone’s expectations of recovery. On Jan. 6, 2015, Rob was sledding on his property in Brookdale when the ski of his machine caught a hidden barbed wire fence and launched him into the air.
The 43-year-old landed on his head in a nearby field where his wife, Vickie, found him. Rob was rushed to the Neepawa Health Centre, where he was put on life support and induced in a coma before being airlifted to the Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg to undergo emergency surgery. CONTINUE