March 27, 2008
A thirty-two year old woman was beaten with the hatchet side of a hammer by her boyfriend and left for dead, according to the Dayton Daily News.
The Ohio woman suffered a traumatic brain injury and was hospitalized for two weeks after the accident. Her skull had been fractured and her brain was bleeding when officials found her.
As a result of the Ohio brain injury, the woman has lost her sense of smell, her balance, and feeling in her left hand.
The boyfriend faces two counts of attempted murder for the attack on his girlfriend.
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