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January 25, 1990 | From Times wire services
Ramon Ramos, the Portland Trail Blazer who suffered severe head injuries in an automobile crash, is showing some signs of improvement, a spokeswoman for Oregon Health Sciences University hospital said. "He continues to make progress daily and is doing some things that indicate he is making some contact," said spokeswoman Marcia Williams. Dr.
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December 22, 1989
Forward Ramon Ramos of the Portland Trail Blazers remained comatose and in critical condition with head injuries suffered last Saturday in an automobile crash.
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December 18, 1989
Portland Trailblazers forward Ramon Ramos remained in a coma early today after being critically injured when his speeding sports car went out of control on a slick freeway. Hours after the Blazers' 116-111 NBA loss to the Golden State Warriors on Friday night, Ramos was speeding along Interstate 5 south of Portland when his sports car hit a patch of ice and flipped over. Doctors put the chances for his survival at 50-50.
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May 29, 1990 | SAM McMANIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Practice was winding down Monday, and the Portland Trial Blazers gathered in a circle at midcourt. Ramon Ramos, a surprise guest, rose from his wheelchair and joined them. It was the first time Ramos, the Trail Blazer rookie who is recovering from massive head injuries suffered in a December auto accident, had returned to the Coliseum and met with his teammates. Ramos smiled broadly, shook hands, attempted to speak and posed for a team picture. His father, Ramon Sr.
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May 25, 1990 | SAM McMANIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Late Wednesday night, after a Portland television station finished recapping the Trail Blazers' stunning 108-107 comeback victory over the Phoenix Suns in Game 2 of the NBA Western Conference finals, it reported on a comeback of a more serious nature. Ramon Ramos, a Trail Blazer rookie who sustained massive head injuries in a December auto accident, was shown walking through the corridor of a downtown Portland hospital. He needed support from his father, Ramon Sr.
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May 24, 1990 | From Associated Press
Like the rest of the Portland Trail Blazers, Ramon Ramos celebrated another victory Wednesday. For the first time since a car accident left him with head injuries in December, Ramos left the hospital. He got into a car and was driven around the block by his father. "When he got into the car, he smiled, waved to his mother, and said goodby," Ramon Ramos Sr. said. The drive may have been short, but it was symbolic of the long distance he has come since Dec.
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February 16, 1990
Rookie Ramon Ramos of the Portland Trail Blazers, who has been slowly emerging from a coma after suffering severe head injuries in an auto accident two months ago, was moved to a Portland rehabilitation center.
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February 15, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Trail Blazer rookie Ramon Ramos, who suffered severe head injuries in an auto accident two months ago, was moved to a rehabilitation center today. Ramos was moved from Oregon Health Sciences University Hospital to the Rehabilitation Institute of Oregon at Portland's Good Samaritan Hospital, hospital spokeswoman Marcia Williams said. Ramos, 22, has been slowly emerging from a coma since the sports car he was driving skidded on ice while traveling at high speed and crashed Dec.
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January 25, 1990 | From Times wire services
Ramon Ramos, the Portland Trail Blazer who suffered severe head injuries in an automobile crash, is showing some signs of improvement, a spokeswoman for Oregon Health Sciences University hospital said. "He continues to make progress daily and is doing some things that indicate he is making some contact," said spokeswoman Marcia Williams. Dr.
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