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Matthew Anderson, 16, played tight end and safety at Warren East High School. One night, he went up to catch a pass while being double covered, and the safety hit Matthew in the spine.
Matthew walked off the field, but collapsed after crossing the sideline. He couldn’t feel his arm or leg on the right side.
Stan, 73 and his wife Georgia, were riding motorcycles with friends on a crooked road in West Union, Ohio when the throttle stuck.
The couple crashed into a guard rail and flew off the bike. Stan suffered five facial fractures, two collapsed lungs, a broken arms in three places, and a concussion, among other injuries.
One day last March, Bobbie Garcia woke up and couldn’t breathe. Suffering from COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), she had a sudden viral infection and was struggling more than normal to breathe.
With little cell phone reception, she wasn’t able to get through to 911.