Laurie Roth
August 25th anniversary, show survival special
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By Laurie Roth
August 24, 2014

On August 25, 2005, Dr. Laurie Roth was nearly killed and made national news. A deer jumped on her when she was riding her motorcycle, causing her to crash on her head and caused many breaks throughout her face and mouth. She also slammed her brain against her skull, causing severe brain injuries. When first responders finally got to her 45 minutes later, she was two minutes from death and had nearly drowned in her own blood filling up her lungs.

...but Laurie Roth didn't die that day, nor in the days, weeks, and months ahead where she had to fight day and night for survival. Could she survive the loss of her face, career, show, balance, eyesight, deep sleep, and even original personality? Join us and hear about Laurie pushing through the wall and making a difference in spite of her physical, financial, medical, and career struggles...Listen in 7-10 pm PAC at www.ksbn.net. Or listen later on the show archive at www.therothshow.com.

One of Laurie's favorite quotes is by Henry Ford: "If you believe you can or believe you can't...you are right." Join us and hear the real story of Laurie Roth.

© Laurie Roth

 

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Laurie Roth

Dr. Laurie Roth — the "Annie Oakley" of the airwaves — is a nationally-syndicated radio talk-show host. She has hosted successful talk shows on radio stations from Boston to L.A. with no shortage of callers... (more)

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