19-year-old Oklahoma woman severely injured in car accident to head home from the hospital


TULSA, Okla. – A 19-year-old woman will be heading home from the hospital after a severe car crash left her in the hospital for more than a month.

Tiara Davis was ejected from a vehicle during a car accident back on November 7.

She broke several bones, including her jaw, pelvis and neck in three places. She also suffered severe brain trauma.

“It’s been difficult, very difficult,” said Wendy Davis, Tiara’s mom.

Tiara was in a coma for 29 days and she has since been taken out of intensive care.

And earlier this week, doctors removed the tube from her throat.

Tiara’s mom told Fox 23 she is expected to go home some time next week.

“She’s making decisions for herself, you know you can ask her if ‘Do you want this? Or do you want this?’ and she’ll tell you which one she wants and she’s recognizing people. She tries to put words together with her mouth, so it’s awesome. She’s doing great things,” said Wendy.

A YouCaring page has been set up to help the family with medical expenses.