Gueyser told BET News that her brother was hit while crossing the street in their neighborhood.
"Styles was hit by a car in our neighborhood, hard enough to send him flying, and was taken by ambulance to the hospital," Gueyser told BET. "[When] we met him in the trauma room being examined, he stayed positive even though he was scared and, after examination, they sent him to a room to rest where we all got to see him and we all broke down."
Although the family had an emotional response to seeing the 7-year-old, he had the most incredible reasoning for his miraculous survival.
"I hugged him and asked him how he felt and that's when he said, 'I'm lucky I'm Spider-man or else I wouldn't have survived,' which made us all laugh," Gueyser added.
A few days later, Gueyser said that her brother was doing fine and still standing behind his Spidey senses.
"His reaction to all the attention is like any 7-year old's. He just keeps asking me if he's really special, which I of course tell him he is," Gueyser told BET.
Styles is even receiving a care package from one of the writers of the newest Miles Morales Spider-Man series.
"He can't wait to get his care package!" Gueyser told BET.
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