Using his American flag-covered mobile phone as a mirror, Faisal Razmal wipes his injured left eye after a follow-up exam in late September, when he learned he would not lose his eye but the sight in that eye would not return. A piece of shrapnel severed Razmal’s optic nerve, and doctors say the damage is permanent.
Using his American flag-covered mobile phone as a mirror, Faisal Razmal wipes his injured left eye after a follow-up exam in late September, when he learned he would not lose his eye but the sight in that eye would not return. A piece of shrapnel severed Razmal’s optic nerve, and doctors say the damage is permanent. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Using his American flag-covered mobile phone as a mirror, Faisal Razmal wipes his injured left eye after a follow-up exam in late September, when he learned he would not lose his eye but the sight in that eye would not return. A piece of shrapnel severed Razmal’s optic nerve, and doctors say the damage is permanent. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

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