A Papillion-La Vista South High School senior who smashed a window on Wednesday is seeing progress.
Will Stanton's father told Channel 6 News his son was in surgery for eight hours Wednesday night. Will was taken off his feeding tube Thursday and is said to be doing well.
Thursday night, Will's father told us his son was able to move his hand and his finger for the first time. The family, and doctors, have been worried Will could lose his arm.
The school says he put his arm through a window in the principal's office in a fit of rage.
Will's family wants the community to know they appreciate all the support.
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