'Doctors were amazed': Test results of boy thrown at MOA called miraculous

The five-year-old boy thrown from the third floor of the Mall of America is amazing his doctors.

According to Mac Hammond, a pastor at the family's church, the boy recently underwent a five-hour MRI test. FOX 9 obtained a video of Pastor Hammond's Easter service in which he provides an update on the boy's condition.

"There was zero evidence of brain damage - there wasn't even swelling," Hammond said. "No spinal cord injury, no nerve damage, no internal injuries that were life-threatening."

Hammond said that the boy did suffer several broken bones.

The pastor also said a doctor compared the boy's injuries to falling off a bicycle rather than falling three stories.

Meanwhile, the GoFundMe set up for the boy has reached more than $950,000, with a goal of $1 million.

The suspect who threw the boy, 24-year-old Emmanuel Aranda, is charged with first degree attempted premeditated murder.

**Note: The family authorized the video and gave permission for it to be released.