Posted Monday, November 22, 2010 1:16 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Teagan Marti fell 100 feet from a ride at a Wisconsin amusement park this past summer. While she can barely speak, she spends three hours a day, five days a week in physical therapy. Because her spinal cord was stretched and not severed, the family hopes that she'll walk again.
Read more from CBS.
What a great article. I cried a little when I read:
When asked how she's feeling, Teagan says she's feeling strong.
Rodriguez said to Teagan, "Give me a thumbs up if you believe you will walk again."
Teagan gave Rodriguez two thumbs up.
And I never saw a photo of the girl before. That made it so much more real to me.
My prayers go out not only to Teagan and her family, but to the park and the employee responsible, as well.Last edited by LostKause, Monday, November 22, 2010 5:01 PM
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