Charlie Haverstick was 26 when a mishap during a friendly game of flag football changed not only his eye color, but his vision.
"I was running out to catch or intercept the ball," said Haverstick. "One of the receivers from the other team came toward me and hit me in the eye with the ball of his hand like a karate chop."
The blow broke the bone behind Haverstick's eye. He suffered a subdural hematoma, or bleeding in the brain. The injury also tore the muscle of the iris in his right eye....Full Story