Two best friends Odin and Jordan born with brain damage and doctor said they had 2 percent survival rate at birth graduates together graduates.
The boys where best friends who where born handicapped with a strain brain damage all grew up side-by-side in Tyler, Texas.
According to reports, Doctors thought they wouldn’t live very long. It was revealed that doctors said they had a low survival rate and even if they survived, they would be in a vegetative stage. However, they beat the odds.
On June 2020, the two 18-year-olds received their high school diplomas together.
The news of the boys’ high school graduation went viral after Reddit user Tim Frost posted a side by side photo of his son Odin and Odin’s best friend Jordan on their first day of school and on graduation day.
He wrote: “My son and his best friend, both told their survival rate would be around 2%, never walk, and live in a vegetative state if they made it past 7 years, both walked the stage and graduated tonight!!! (Left pic is from the first day of school. The right is from graduation this evening)”
After the post went viral, Tim Frost – Odin’s dad – was invited for several interviews.
He explained that the boys met at Wayne D. Boshears Center for Exceptional Programs when they were just 3 years old.
“Their very first day of school, they were put in the same classroom,” Tim Frost, Odin’s dad, told CBS News on Wednesday. “They pretty much had this immediate bond. Neither one of them could speak, but wherever the other one was, they were always together.”