Bloke cut in half in horror forklift accident feels 'phantom pains' in his missing limbs
America has described the "phantom pains" he feels in his missing limbs.Loren Schauers, now 21, described the limb loss pain in a new video uploaded to his YouTube channel, where his road to recovery has been documented ever since his 2019 accident.The accident saw Schauers veer off a bridge on a building site, falling 50ft where he was then pinned to the ground by a four-ton forklift.READ MORE: Meghan Markle's Spotify podcast to return after month hiatus following Queen's death In the most recent upload, a three-year documentation of Loren's recovery process, he described the bad days of "phantom pain" he experiences.Speaking to one another in new footage uploaded to their YouTube channel, Loren and wife Sabia Reiche, 23, were seen in their car and on the way to receive newly prescribed medication.The pair's conversation was recorded in the video, with Sabia saying the pair were off to visit the dispensary to receive new medication that would help Loren.Loren said: "We got accepted for me to get a green card so I can get off narcotics as much as possible."Getting off the narcotics appeared to be a priority for Loren, with Sabia adding: "We're hoping that THC will help him more with his phantom pains, since that's like a mental drug."He doesn't want to be on narcotics so if we can replace them with THC..."Loren finished off Sabia's sentence, saying: "Then why not?"The pair then explained why it was so important for Loren to make the switch from narcotics, as it could be damaging his internal organs.Sabia explained: "That's healthier for his organs than a bunch of narcotics.