Comatose Pakistani Exchange Student Faces Deportation

Muhammad Shahzeib Bajwa, a student at UWS in Minnesota, may be sent home after his visa expires.
3:00 | 02/12/14

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During a November car accident a -- -- -- crash -- the windshield and fractured Mohammed says about draws skull has brother sure ray says he was awake and talking a cocaine memorial hospital but things quickly got worse. -- -- was me being alone and at one point he -- and when he won't give blood and he -- -- his own blood and suffered a argue access. Properly so an eight minute he says the heart attack left the twenty year old exchange student without oxygen and cost brain damage Solomon. Mean he's completely gone. -- underdog and has different opinion so remote sentinel he needs sometimes. After being transferred to ascension health and Duluth -- -- has improved he's breathing on his own -- able to -- or shrug his recovery could take years his student visa will expire at the end of the month. His brother says he'll be deported back to Pakistan is best -- -- -- -- -- -- Because -- Dennis -- need to take my brother from. Best health care system to a retirement and the if this. He says the insurance money will only get his brother three months of care in Pakistan he's hoping politicians or humanitarian organization. We'll step in before it's too late in Duluth -- still Eyewitness News.

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