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He could go all the way 50 40 30 one man to beat he lowers his head and is tackled at the 22 yard line What a spectacular run He just went over 100 yards for the day Whats this Hes still down he has not moved since being tackled after that great run At one of the greatest moments of his football career to date he found great tragedy Ryan was left with only hope for the future The announcer cried out Ryan Wies is not getting up Ryan was the 14 year old star tailback for his high school JV football team At that moment Ryan laid immobile The paramedics had been called and were on their way Ryan was unconscious when the paramedics arrived The paramedics then rushed Ryan to the Lake Geneva hospital When Ryan finally became conscious he was very scared he did not know where he was or how he got there All he saw was lights and a white textured ceiling he then realized that he was on his back At that point Ryan tried to move but couldnt he began to cry as he became more scared and terrified Five minutes later a man wearing what looked like a white robe with his name stitched on it walked into the room The man said to Ryan Hello Ryan my name is Dr Albert you are probably wondering how you got here You were playing football and you were severely injured Ryan could not remember that he was playing football at the time You were unconscious for some time How long Ryan asked For about nine hours but anyway when you were tackled you suffered from an explosion fracture of the C-4 Which means that the fourth vertebrae in your neck has basically exploded into several little pieces The good news is you may have surgery to repair the vertebrae I f you dont have the surgery
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