Columbia News Service
Mar. 13, 2007 06:26 PM
Nearly 15 years ago David Bucks was extreme skiing in California when an avalanche knocked him down and threw him from a 200-foot cliff onto a rock face. Three of his vertebrae broke into 42 pieces. At 33, Bucks was completely paralyzed below the chest. Once he realized he’d live, he feared that he’d never be able to have sex again.
You’re telling me that my other legs won’t be able to walk but will little Junior?” Bucks recalled asking the doctors.