The vegan community is in Shambles yet again. A 12 year old boy who was playing around a fallen tree decided to take a picture next to the tree. He stood next to the fallen tree for the picture, and after it was taken the tree stood up by itself beat his ass and crushed him.

12 year old Connor Creagh went to his grandparent’s property near Kingaroy in Australia, to help them clean up after the wild weather last year.

He was playing in front of a fallen tree that his mother said was safe and decided to take a picture.

his mother Danielle Miles said:

‘I said to Connor, we’ll go up to Nana and Grandad’s and we can help clean up their property after the storm,’

She told ABC News:

‘e just started running as fast as we could. The tree was standing back up and Connor was trapped from the chest down. There’s no words to describe what it’s like to see your child like that. It was the worst feeling I think I’ve ever had in my life.

The tree which had been uprooted during a storm, unbelievably stood back up on its own.

The paramedics were called and managed to save his life.  suffered eight broken ribs, two collapsed lungs, a broken femur, and damage to his heart. But because of the quick actions of the Paramedics Connor was able to make a full recovery.

Dr Oskar Larsson who who was the doctor on board the LifeFlight rescue helicopter that was called said:

I remember opening the ambulance door, and seeing this little boy in all kinds of trouble. He was unconcious and struggling with breathing… he looked really bad.

Queensland arborist Kurt Brown said although it’s rare for it to happen, it’s not unheard of. He said with ‘compression and tension’ wood could have a  ‘bendy quality’.

He said that trees can spring back up again after a log is cut off, and sometimes just by themselves. He said that when the base of the tree becomes heavier than the top, and with roots still attached the tree can re-balance itself and spring back up.

Here’s an example:

Updated: October 27, 2019 — 5:24 pm

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