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Firefighter from SLO learns to walk again after being paralyzed

Damien Pereira, a former San Luis Obispo resident and Tulare County firefighter, was pinned under a tree while fighting a fire in 2015. After life-saving surgeries, he was told he may never walk again. But with the help of Project Walk: Houston, he's well on his way to recovery.
Courtesy of Project Walk: Houston
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