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-- this Monday -- incredible news from Tucson Arizona.
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords could leave the hospital rehab or four rehab within weeks.
Or even days.
That word came today from our doctors just nine days after a gunman opened fire outside a supermarket.
That attack killed six people and injured more than a dozen others among the wounded of course congresswoman Giffords who took a bullet in the head and almost didn't make it.
But somehow she did survive and her doctors say she's been making rapid progress since those first frantic moments in that blood soaked parking lot.
In fact just hours ago the surgeons announced they successfully operated to remove bone fragments from -- eye socket.
And her husband mark Kelly is offering even more positive news.
He spoke with -- ABC news's Diane Sawyer in an interview that aired at least in part tonight and he told her that his wife's doing so well she even gave him.
And neck massage from her hospital -- It does imply that she is recognizing him.
And that she's interacting perhaps in an old familiar way with him but there are still several unanswered questions about the congress woman's condition.
Our correspondent Casey Stegall fox -- -- a -- of outside the university medical center -- -- sent -- we yet do not know whether she can say.
Yes -- -- in fact her neurosurgeon says that.
Her eyes are focusing but a specialist has not been able to evaluate her fully on that -- the trouble is she cannot speak because doctors also plays.
A new breathing tube into her windpipe over the weekend.
It's called a tracheotomy and it does not allow air to go past.
Her vocal -- however those doctors said in a news conference today.
That she will have the ability to now all the words.
When she's ready but no word yet on whether or not she has done that yet.
Out as her husband watches and waits and holds -- -- bedside.
Now he's sending word he might be willing to meet with the parents of the shooting suspect.
Yeah that's exactly what he told Diane Sawyer take a look at the transcript for yourself Mark Green saying in part.
I'd like to see them you know I don't think it's their fault it's not the parents' fault.
You know I'd like to think -- a person that's you know somewhat for giving.
And I mean they've got to be hurting in this situation as much as anybody in quotes.
A very powerful statement and one that says an awful lot about his character yeah I'd say and we and we've.
Workforce monitor developments with a little little girl who died Christina Taylor agreement the nine year old.
And now we know somebody else gets to see because of her.
-- we've heard from the bishop of Tucson all weekend that Christina Taylor Green the youngest victim of this senseless shooting was in fact an organ donor but now.
We're hearing from her father John Green who told the Associated Press that.
They got news from the or Arizona donor network that Christine -- corneas save the vision of two other young children.
He says that he and his wife did not hesitate to donate her organs and -- tissues.
To help and save others Casey Stegall live at the hospital in Tucson Casey thanks any Arizona go.
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