David Canner, then 15, is cared for by his registered nurse sister, Susan Naso, days after being shot in the face on Nov. 1, 1985 in Key Largo.
David Canner, then 15, is cared for by his registered nurse sister, Susan Naso, days after being shot in the face on Nov. 1, 1985 in Key Largo. Photo courtesy of David Canner
David Canner, then 15, is cared for by his registered nurse sister, Susan Naso, days after being shot in the face on Nov. 1, 1985 in Key Largo. Photo courtesy of David Canner

This student was shot in the face. Three decades later, he recalls ‘a pure miracle’

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