“He went to light the range,” his wife told Channel 2, “and when it clicked — you know how a gas range clicks — it blew.”
Jack Walker suffered burns over 40% of his body and has been at WellStar Cobb Hospital since the incident, his wife told Channel 2.
He’s recovering, but she said his absence endangered his vineyard. The grapes were in danger of dying on the vine if they weren’t harvested, she said.
The grapes were in danger of dying on the vine if they weren’t harvested.
So the nurses treating Walker decided to lend a hand.
“Miss Carolyn has kind of become our adopted grandma,” burn unit nurse Carley Burleson told Channel 2.
The women picked more than 60 gallons of muscadine grapes, Channel 2 reported.
“There's no words,” Carolyn Walker said. “I tell them every time I see them how grateful I am for what they did and how thoughtful they are.”
In other news:
Two victims showed up to a Racetrak in Cobb County.