In 1995, when Gabriel was 11 years old, he sustained a complete spinal cord injury (SCI) at the T3-T4 level as the result of a bicycle accident.
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In 2010 during his fourth deployment to Afghanistan, Mark was injured by an improvised explosive device (IED). As a direct result of the explosion, both of Mark's lower extremities were amputated above the knees.
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When Karen was 16 years old she was involved in a rollover motor vehicle accident which resulted in broken vertebrae and bruising of her spinal cord. Her official diagnosis was an incomplete C5/C6 spinal cord injury (SCI).
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