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Doctors had given her a 10 percent chance of surviving. Friday, September 25,in New Milford, Conn. Strol spent six weeks at Danbury Hospital battling coronavirus. She was in a coma for five of those weeks and learned later that doctors and nurses gave her a 10 percent chance of survival.

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She has a breathing tube in her throat that may be permanent and has been back to the hospital for procedures. The death toll from the virus surpassedin the United States recently, with about 4, Connecticut residents killed and more than 56, in the state testing positive.

New Milford looking for a bad girl

Knowing she had to have her affairs in order for her daughter kept her going, Strol said. Strol suspects she got the virus at Miami International Airport. She visited her brother in Costa Rica and had a four-hour layover on Thursday, March 12, shortly before Connecticut began shutting down business and most travel. It was before masks became common place.

New Milford looking for a bad girl

She recalled using hand sanitizer to clean the seat on the plane as a precaution, but she had also shopped around the airport and could have come in contact with many other people. She went skiing in Vermont that weekend and felt fine until Monday, when she got a headache, fever and chills, and coughed all night.

New Milford looking for a bad girl

Strol got the the following Monday. She used an inhaler to help her breathe, but as the breathing worsened throughout the week Strol contact the doctor Saturday, March She does not remember whether she was put on the ventilator that day or the next. She only recalls her dreams. There were fast boats, cars and airplanes. Her kids and friends came in and out. A Danbury Hospital nurse constantly scolded her to get back in bed. Meanwhile, her year-old son Jeremy and year-old son Garret ran the family business.

Garrett Strol said he was worried about his mother. Strol and her husband Gerard bought the marina out of a bankruptcy in and officially closed on it in They renovated the building and constructed a state-of-the art storage facility, Strol said. Unlike other businesses, the marina has boomed with people turning to passive recreation as an escape of the monotony of the pandemic, she said. She left Danbury Hospital on May 9 and stayed at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital for 10 days before going home, where she could not leave for two weeks.

I was determined that I was getting out of there. Strol lives off Candlewood Lake in New Milford, and community members organized a boat parade for her. She received about get-well cards. A couple weeks after leaving Burke, she had breathing problems again and returned to Danbury Hospital to have the tube installed. A three-day procedure turned into a day stay due to infection and blood clots, she said.

Doctors and nurses who cared for her before visited. She may have surgery that would allow the breathing tube to be removed, but is not strong enough yet.

New Milford looking for a bad girl

There are risks, including losing her ability to speak or her voice changing, Strol said. She attends therapy three times a week and wants to hire a personal trainer in the future. A neurology test found she has a 60 to 80 percent chance of being able to use her hands as normal.

Strol managed to drive a pontoon boat this summer, but cannot do many of the water-related activities she loves, such as paddle boarding. She is afraid to fall in and drown because of the breathing tube.

New Milford looking for a bad girl

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