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Teen up to the challenge of recovery after a paralyzing sports accident

8:29 PM, Mar. 29, 2013

One last run down Nordic Mountain was all that stood between Luke Widowski and a post-snowboarding snack of hot chocolate and cookies.

It was a snowboarding run that changed the 16-year-old Wautoma boy's life.

While going down the hill on Jan. 2, Luke hit a jump and found himself upside down in mid-air. He tried to right himself so that he landed upright, but couldn't. ...

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