Vidya : crash survivor shares her story to save other lives

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    • Vidya : crash survivor shares her story to save other lives

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      BETHANY, Okla. - Kaylyn Barbour's life suddenly changed to May of 2017 along a dirt road in Love County.

      "I was with my friends, and I was driving, and I was driving on the vehicle, and I was losing control of the vehicle cervical vertebrae and it paralyzed me from shoulders down, "Barbour said.

      The driver and the other passenger did not suffer any major injuries. However, Barbour's life was drastically changed.

      "Tami McMichael, a nurse practitioner at the Children's Rehabilitation Center, said," Initially, she had been doing that through that we've been able to get that out. "

      Barbour is now confined to a wheelchair.

      "I used to draw a lot. Now, I can not use my hands as much as I could, and I can not do a lot of things.

      Now, Barbour's using her story to, hopefully, keep happening. BETHANY, Okla. - Kaylyn Barbour's life suddenly changed to May of 2017 along a dirt road in Love County.

      "I was with my friends, and I was driving, and I was driving on the vehicle, and I was losing control of the vehicle cervical vertebrae and it paralyzed me from shoulders down, "Barbour said.

      The driver and the other passenger did not suffer any major injuries. However, Barbour's life was drastically changed.

      "Tami McMichael, a nurse practitioner at the Children's Rehabilitation Center, said," Initially, she had been doing that through that we've been able to get that out. "

      Barbour is now confined to a wheelchair.

      "I used to draw a lot. Now, I can not use my hands as much as I could, and I can not do a lot of things.

      Now, Barbour's using her story to, hopefully, keep happening.

      "I see kids come in through here have had car accidents, and they have changed their lives and, a lot of times, it's because of another drunk driver or they were not wearing their seat belts," she said.

      Barbour entered a 'Safe Kids Worldwide' video challenge called 'Take it from a Teen' and won at the state and national level. The video wants to debut in October at a national conference.

      "It changed my life so much. I do not want to see other kids in that same situation, "she said.

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