Family remembers son’s near death experience

This undated photo provided by the Woessner family via The University of Chicago Hospital, shows Nathan Woessner. The doctor who helped treat the  6-year-old Illinois boy who was buried for hours in a sand dune said Monday, July 15, 2013, he’s responsive and expected to make a full neurological recovery. The boy has been in critical condition since being rescued Friday at the dune known as Mount Baldy in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore near Michigan City, Ind. (AP Photo/The Woessner Family via The University of Chicago Hospital)
This undated photo provided by the Woessner family via The University of Chicago Hospital, shows Nathan Woessner. The doctor who helped treat the 6-year-old Illinois boy who was buried for hours in a sand dune said Monday, July 15, 2013, he’s responsive and expected to make a full neurological recovery. The boy has been in critical condition since being rescued Friday at the dune known as Mount Baldy in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore near Michigan City, Ind. (AP Photo/The Woessner Family via The University of Chicago Hospital)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Saturday marks one year since a dramatic rescue at Mt. Baldy in northern Indiana.

Nathan Woessner, then 6 years old, was rescued from a near-death experience. The family spoke about the ordeal on its anniversary.

His parents say they are eternally thankful that Nathan survived being buried alive.  Watch the full story above.

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