Taking a Stand

Vrabel, Jeff
November 2015
Indianapolis Monthly;Nov2015, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p76
The article offers information on the recovery of Chris Leeuw of Indianapolis, Indiana after an accident in Edinburgh, Scotland. Leeuw had a C4 spinal-cord injury after jumping off an abandoned truss bridge. Leeuw and his mother flew to Salt Lake City in Utah where the Neuroworx center secured housing for them. Leeuw started to work with a team that trains to walk a full mile during the Kentucky Derby Festival Mini Marathon near the end of his stay at the center.


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