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Just like every bride, Chelsie Hill dreamed of walking down the aisle on her wedding day. But a car accident during her senior year of high school left her paralyzed. On the occasion of her wedding several years later, Chelsie was determined to walk during her ceremony. With the help of leg braces and a walker covered in white fabric, the 29-year-old stood up in front of her wedding guests. There was not a dry eye at the ceremony.
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