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Letter: Appreciates Chris Wilson's kind words

Jeremy "Bud" Dial writes:
I would love to thank Chris Wilson for the utmost kindest words about me on his program at 92.7 the WHVE radio yesterday morning. He and I both have had very very similar accidents both on zero turn lawnmowers. We both had them flip back over on us, although I am very glad and thankful he is able to still walk where I can't I m paralyzed from my waist down which I m very lucky. I know the Dr's told mom and my family I could be paralyzed from my neck down, be blind, deaf or the best case scenario from my waist down. Although life changed drastically that 6th day of September 2012 I still feel very blessed I'm still here some wasn't as lucky as I was. Thanks so very much! -Jeremy




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