A 2-year-old boy from Burley, Idaho, is back home with his parents recovering after a nearly 2-week stay in the hospital following a severe burn injury he sustained when a nearby pressure cooker exploded, spewing boiling food onto him and his mother.
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October 2, 2018 – The victim, Chayse Bodily, sustained 2nd-degree burns over 14% of his body in the incident, which required a nearly 2 week stay at the University of Utah Burn Center before he was released back to his parents on Sept. 21, according to the Post Register.
Doctors still don’t know whether Chayse will need skin grafts or how much scarring there will be, and medical bills continue to mount. Chayse’s father Travis Bodily says the boy seems happier, however, now that he’s home.
Chayse’s mother Angela Bodily says they’re focusing on figuring out how to get a toddler to take regular pain medication and undergo wound care.
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