An 11-year-old had a lucky escape after accidentally having an arrow shot in his eye by a friend.
The 16-inch arrow passed through Liu Cheong"s head and was only stopped by the back of his skull.
In what some may call a miracle, the blade completely missed his brain.
According to The Telegraph, doctors at Jida Hospital in Changchun, eastern China said: "If the arrow had been shot with just a bit more force, it would have come out the back of his head.
"It is a miracle he survived the accident".
So that the boy could enter the CT scanner, part of the arrow had to be cut off - however doctors managed to remove it without damaging optic nerves or brain tissue in an operation that lasted four hours.
The teammate who shot him, a 13-year-old girl called Yan Shin, was apparently in shock from the accident.
by Adrian Galbreth