Jayda Doleman suffered multiple fractures of her eye socket, retinal tears, a scratched cornea, a broken nose, a concussion, permanent vision impairment and dislocated teeth after being hit by an errant ball while standing in Lafayette's softball dugout.
Jayda Doleman suffered multiple fractures of her eye socket, retinal tears, a scratched cornea, a broken nose, a concussion, permanent vision impairment and dislocated teeth after being hit by an errant ball while standing in Lafayette's softball dugout.
Jayda Doleman suffered multiple fractures of her eye socket, retinal tears, a scratched cornea, a broken nose, a concussion, permanent vision impairment and dislocated teeth after being hit by an errant ball while standing in Lafayette's softball dugout.

Parents of Lexington teen smashed in face by softball seek improvements to dugouts

January 12, 2014 10:17 PM

UPDATED January 13, 2014 12:57 PM

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