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Family releases new pictures of Tripp Halstead

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Tripp Halstead (center) is recovering after being hit in the head by a large tree branch (photo by Halstead family) Tripp Halstead (center) is recovering after being hit in the head by a large tree branch (photo by Halstead family)

The family of Tripp Halstead has released the first photos of their beloved boy since his accident. (CLICK HERE TO SEE PICTURES OF TRIPP)

The 2-year-old suffered a critical head injury in October when a tree limb fell on him at his daycare in Winder.

Tripp is out of intensive care and now in rehab. His mother is posting updates on his progress through Facebook.

His family came to help him in therapy Sunday. They wore shirts to support Tripp, who doctors say is on the long road to recovery.

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