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Giving back: Recovering brothers want to mentor others

6:08 AM, Nov. 2, 2013
Brian Murrock shows off his modified dirt bike. Murrock was paralyzed in a motocross accident but still enjoys riding.
Brian Murrock shows off his modified dirt bike. Murrock was paralyzed in a motocross accident but still enjoys riding.
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A Sturgeon Bay family, including two brothers who were paralyzed in separate accidents, have applied to become certified mentors through the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.

Brothers Eric, 29, and Brian, 26, Murrock each suffered spinal injuries in separate accidents just over a year a part causing them to suffer differing degrees of paralysis. On July 3, 2010, Eric, while boating on Nicolet Bay with friends, dove into too-shallow water.

When Eric was first injured he was only able to blink his eyes. Now he has feeling everywhere, can feed himself and use a computer among other tasks. ...

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