Clear, concise, compelling

Reporting last night on ABC Evening News.
Tom Yamas sitting in for David Muir. Will Reeve on left.

A man who broke his neck in eight places and was told he would never walk again is a recipient of new medicine at the Mayo Clinic that miraculously has him walking again.

Will Reeve, a reporter, is the son of Christopher Reeve, a famous actor who became a quadriplegic after being thrown from a horse during an equestrian event.

Last night on ABC Evening News, Will Reeve, who reported on this story, said:

I felt like I was witnessing the realization of my Father’s dream of a world of empty wheelchairs.

Clear. Concise. Compelling.

A world of empty wheelchairs.

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