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Home https://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/ At the age of 14, Deserre Turner was shot in the head and left dead. At 17, she is the homecoming queen in high school

At the age of 14, Deserre Turner was shot in the head and left dead. At 17, she is the homecoming queen in high school



He picks the perfect dress, performs tricky hairstyles, pampering his parents with awkward goodbye photos and dancing all night long until the heels come down.

Deserae Turner came close to never feeling it.

More than two years after she was shot in the head and left dead, the 17-year-old queen was crowned queen of returning to Green Canyon High School in North Logan, Utah, a CNN spokeswoman told CNN.

As a rule, Deserae does not care much about school dance. But even she had to admit that the nod to the queen was fascinating.

"I was just a queen returning home; this is nothing special," Deseraj told KSTU. "But then, if you think about what I've been through, then yes, it's very special."

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4 years old when she was shot in the head by Colter Peterson in February 2017. conspirator Jason Decker, both 17 at the time, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for the shooting.

Prosecutors said Peterson lured Deser into a canal in Smithfield, Utah, but Decker had the idea to try to kill her. The couple left her dead, took money and spent it at a nearby store, according to the Salt Lake Tribune.

She was lying in the cold channel eight hours before she was discovered.

Night to forget her pain

Deserae has been recovering since she was shot. She has had 10 brain surgeries and is undergoing intense physical therapy to teach her left side how to move again after a bullet has pierced her right brain.

She regularly visits a chiropractor to soothe her chronic pain and sits on a hyperbaric chamber to return oxygen to her healing brain, KTSU reported in 2018.

But when she was told that she would be crowned queen returning home, all she could think about was her outfit.

"'My God, I need a dress, I need someone to do my hair, I need makeup,'" she recalled thinking, "bouncing" around her house after learning.

Several mum-fairy residents of the community paid for her silver tulle dress, curled hair and makeup. Through her story, she has earned legions of supporters.

From there, the night was perfect. She took close friend Logan Matz as a date, wrote her mother April on Facebook. She walked the football field and met the returning King, Case Gering, who held her hand to help her keep her balance. They split the dance when their classmates lined the outskirts of the dance floor.

Everything is enough to make a girl feel special, Desera said.

"It just gives you the comfort and love that yes, I really am," she said. "Everyone should know this feeling."


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