Las Vegas, NV — The 67-year-old woman rescued by firefighters during a Tuesday property fire may possibly need to have surgery in the coming week.
Keiko Cubit’s daughter says doctors say she will likely want a tracheotomy to breathe on her personal soon after firefighters pulled her from the second story of the family’s home on Warwickshire Way Tuesday.
“Her lungs had so considerably soot and so significantly smoke and damage in there, she is breathing by means of a tube and now they are telling me she is going to need to have a tracheotomy,” Tameko Frazier said.
Frazier says that choice will be produced on Monday.
A second woman who was hospitalized following the fire is stated to have bumps and bruises and is staying in a neighborhood shelter
Meanwhile she has been looking for a new home for her loved ones.
The Red Cross has set them up in a local hotel until Monday.
Frazier says they have identified a completely furnished apartment, and is working to raise the funds needed to move in by then.
The household has set up a Go Fund Me account in an effort to assist cover those fees as Keiko Cunit’s health-related charges.