June 2008 Issue
Two Years to Solo
Flying a powered parachute after a serious spinal injury seemed improbable, but not impossible.
Ken Pollock did not come by his interest in flying in the usual way. His father was the first to want to learn, but then when he changed his mind, his son took up where Dad left off. All this despite the fact that Ken had broken his neck in a car accident, and had no use of his legs, and little use of his arms and hands.
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