John Harrison Doucet, 20, of Gulfport, critically injured Sunday by an electric shock, got a visit Friday from his younger brothers at a Georgia burn center. In this photo taken in July, John Harrison is flanked by Dawson, 17, left, and Louis, 15, at Trinity United Methodist Church.
John Harrison Doucet, 20, of Gulfport, critically injured Sunday by an electric shock, got a visit Friday from his younger brothers at a Georgia burn center. In this photo taken in July, John Harrison is flanked by Dawson, 17, left, and Louis, 15, at Trinity United Methodist Church. Courtesy of the Doucet family
John Harrison Doucet, 20, of Gulfport, critically injured Sunday by an electric shock, got a visit Friday from his younger brothers at a Georgia burn center. In this photo taken in July, John Harrison is flanked by Dawson, 17, left, and Louis, 15, at Trinity United Methodist Church. Courtesy of the Doucet family

In midst of crisis, John Harrison’s family finds comfort

September 24, 2016 5:00 AM

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