"The fact that I'm alive obvisouly is just a miracle from God."
--Isaac Durr, shooting survivor
Isaac Durr, shot and wounded July 10th, 2012 outside his Lincoln home, is on the road to recovery.
The husband and father of two, who works for the cable company, was shot by his neighbor, in an apparent ongoing dispute over a dog.
The gunman later killed himself during a police pursuit.
In the shooting on his front lawn, Durr was struck multiple times. He was just released from the hospital; his wounds still healing, while he is confined temporarily to a wheelchair.
Durr, who spoke exclusively to 1011's Owen Jensen, said of his survival that day, "the fact that I'm alive obvisouly is just a miracle from God."
Durr said he expects to be fully recovered in 3-5 months and will return to work full time.
Funds to help Durr pay for his medical costs are being accepted at any Union Bank or at the American National Bank in Lincoln and Nebraska City. Plus there's a benefit Saturday August 4th.
Durr says above all, it's his wife Holly who has really helped him pull through.
For more details, watch Owen Jensen's report above.