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THE TWO YEAR OLD BOY WHO WAS RUN OVER IN HIS DRIVEWAY BY HIS FATHER LAST WEDNESDAY IS BACK HOME, AND HIS FAMILY IS CALLING IT A MIRACLE.  NATHAN SCRIBNER WAS TRAMPLED BY THE RIGHT FRONT TIRE OF THE PICK-UP TRUCK THAT WAS DRIVEN BY 41 YEAR OLD RON SCRIBNER AS HE MOVED IT IN THE DRIVEWAY.  NATHAN’S MOM CRYSTAL ACTUALLY DISCOVERED NATHAN AS HIS DAD DIDN’T FEEL ANYTHING.  RON SCOOPED UP NATHAN AND RACED TO MEET UP WITH FIRST RESPONDERS ON WASHINGTON LOOP ROAD, SOME SIX MILES FROM THEIR RURAL PUNTA GORDA HOME, AND THE FAMILY BELIEVES THAT MAY HAVE SAVED NATHAN’S LIFE.  HE WAS AIRLIFTED TO LEE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FIRST, AND THEN TO TAMPA GENERAL HOSPITAL WHERE HE SPENT A WEEK RECOVERING FROM FIVE BROKEN RIBS, A COLLAPSED LUNG, AND A BLOOD CLOT IN HIS LEG.  HIS PARENTS SAY IT WILL BE A COUPLE OF MONTHS BEFORE NATHAN CAN WALK AGAIN, BUT THEY KNOW HE IS LUCKY TO BE ALIVE.