Attack on Salman Rushdie leads in loss of vision in one eye and use of one hand: report

According to a report, author Salman Rushie has lost vision in one eye and use of one hand.

His agency informed Spain’s El Pas that the assault that occurred while he was getting ready to give a lecture in New York in August is what caused the injuries.

His injuries were severe, but he also lost the sight in one eye. He has three significant injuries to his neck. The nerves in his arm were severed, leaving him the use of one hand. He also has another 15 or so wounds in his torso and chest. Therefore, Andrew Wylie said, “It was a violent attack.”

Wylie declined to comment on whether Rushdie was still healing in the hospital, instead to emphasize the significance of the fact that he will survive.

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On August 12, Rushdie, 75, was stabbed while performing on stage at the Chautauqua Institution. He underwent surgery after being transported to a hospital in northwest Pennsylvania.

He sustained liver damage as well as nerve damage to his arm and eye.

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