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Man battered in the head with a bowling ball by stranger at a bowling alley

Damante Williams was rushed to a hospital and placed in a medically-induced coma after he was hit in..

By admin , in World News , at September 17, 2019

Damante Williams, Bowling ball

Damante Williams was rushed to a hospital and placed in a medically-induced coma after he was hit in the head with a bowling ball (Picture: CBS)

A man was left fighting for his life after a stranger hurled a bowling ball at his head during a fight at a bowling alley.

Damante Williams was rushed to the Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, Illinois after he was severely injured during the fight at Town Hall Bowl in Cicero earlier this month, according to police.

Williams mother, Tamekio Williams, said the fight started after her son bumped into someone he did not know.

Video of the violent altercation shows an unidentified man lift the yellow bowling ball over his head before throwing it down on Damante Williams head.

Williams is then seen swaying on his knees and he appears to be disorientated.

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In a recently released recording of a 911 call made to police after the attack, one caller said: Theres someone hit, bleeding in the inside, can you please get somebody here now! Get the ambulance inside.



Another person called 911 and can be heard saying: the ambulance was for a guy, who was down here got hit with a bowling ball.

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Tamekio Williams told CBS: Its too painful that someone would throw a bowling ball and dont care about the consequences of what they can do to someone.

She said that her son was placed in a medically-induced coma, but has since come out of the coma and is recovering.

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