When Judy Siegle awoke one August day in 1979, her life changed in ways hard to imagine. It took the 18-year-old a few weeks to realize the enormity of what had happened. A car accident left her an “incomplete quadriplegic,” meaning she had suffered severe spinal cord damage that kept many muscles in her arms and legs from moving.
|As a representative for Wheels for the World, Judy Siegle works to collect and restore used wheelchairs.|
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