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Duggar Family Scare! Little Boy Rushed To Hospital After 12-Foot Fall

By Alexis TereszcukRadar Senior Reporter

Tragedy strikes the Duggar family!

Little Jason Duggar has a traumatic 12-foot fall into an orchestra pit in the upcoming episode of 19 Kids and Counting and his bloody accident lands him in the hospital.

In the sneak peek obtained by RadarOnline.com the entire Duggar clan is frantically worried about Jason after he takes a tumble during rehearsals in an Orlando theater.

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“So we heard this screaming and we couldn’t tell where the screaming was coming from,” one of Jason’s sisters says.

Dad Jim Bob detailed the harrowing experience.  “We found Jason laying there in a pool of blood, he broke his two front teeth out, we didn’t know if he had a neck injury. John and Jill immobilized his neck, and kept him still.  We called an ambulance immediately.”

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The accident terrified Jason’s little siblings too.

“He was starting bleeding he had to go to the hospital,” says little Johannah and her brother Jackson talks about his fear for his brother. “I was crying. I will tell you why I was crying. He was my buddy.  And I didn’t want him to die.”

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Mom Michelle goes with him to the hospital and recapped what happened.  “The trauma team began to assess him, he had chipped his two front teeth and there was a lot of blood, it always looks like a lot when you’re dealing with a head injury of sort.”

To find out how Jason fared after the accident and what the extent of his injuries are tune into the all-new episode of 19 Kids and Counting airing Tuesday night on TLC at 9/8c.


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