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OKC Officer, MMA Fighter Injured In Crash Now In Stable Condition

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Grice's family told News 9 on Saturday that Grice is now in stable condition. He has woken up several times and has been able to squeeze his wife's hand. Grice's family told News 9 on Saturday that Grice is now in stable condition. He has woken up several times and has been able to squeeze his wife's hand.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

An Oklahoma City police officer who suffered a traumatic brain injury in a car accident earlier this month is now in stable condition.

On September 8, Officer Matt Grice was off duty and sitting at a red light when another car slammed into the back of his vehicle near Shawnee. He was rushed to OU Medical Center, where he underwent brain surgery.

9/9/2013 Related Story: OKC Police Officer Fights For Life After Off-Duty Crash

Grice's family told News 9 on Saturday that Grice is now in stable condition. He has woken up several times and has been able to squeeze his wife's hand.

Grice will eventually go to a rehabilitation center, where doctors are confident he will eventually learn to walk again.

A fund has been set up to help the Grice family.

9/11/2013 Related Story: Fund Set Up For OKC Police Officer, Critical After Pott. Co. Crash

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