Jablonski crawls, sparking optimism for family

  • Article by: PAUL WALSH and PAM LOUWAGIE , Star Tribune staff writers
  • Updated: August 7, 2012 - 10:51 AM

The Benilde-St. Margaret's hockey player who was paralyzed in December is making progress in intense rehabilitation sessions.

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LisgrantAug. 6, 12 2:30 PM

Best news of the day!~ You can do it Jack!!!

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Quixote71Aug. 6, 12 2:31 PM

Thanks be to God!

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matteotorgyAug. 6, 12 2:40 PM

Why did I read this at work? (Is it dry in here? Or did I get something in my eye?)

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evldedAug. 6, 12 2:40 PM

Keep working! You'll be on your feet in no time.

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BUDAug. 6, 12 4:01 PM

Jack is doing a great deal of work to get where he is now. I'm sure every new event spurs him on even farther. I hope he has new "events" soon.

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kaboom522666Aug. 6, 12 4:49 PM

I'll give all the credit to Jack, his family and support staff...not some made up figure.

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statikAug. 6, 12 6:10 PM

Keep working hard, Jabs!

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momof4wiAug. 6, 12 6:23 PM

This is wonderful news, and I applaud Jack for his determination and hard work. I have a paraplegic son with a severed spinal cord whom I WISH had the same possibility of walking again. NEVER say never. Keep up the good work Jack, and we hope you succeed.

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sooooooAug. 6, 12 9:00 PM

Why is this kid in the spotlight when a 4 year old got hit by a motorcycle and has a brain injury? Why not write a story about him? No offence to Jake, but my god, there are others suffering too.

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beaglemomAug. 6, 12 9:26 PM

Goose bumps!!!

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