Colorado High School Volleyball Star Partially Paralyzed in Crash Stood Up and Served a Ball Over the Net
By Shawn Patrick on November 9, 2022
Last year, a high school volleyball star in Loveland, Colorado named Zoe Rollins was partially paralyzed in a car crash. She’s in a wheelchair and still has a long way to go in her recovery. But she’s a fighter, and has now regained feeling down to her knees.
Last month, she won Homecoming Queen. And with some help from a parent, she managed to stand up at a volleyball game and serve a ball over the net. The place went nuts and all her teammates rushed the court.
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A year & a half ago Zoe was in a rollover accident that ejected her from the car. She suffered a major spinal cord injury, that resulted in her needing a wheelchair.
This is her 1st over the net serve since the accident.
Look at that crowd & teammates!!! pic.twitter.com/rPX5l2ADEc
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