Now this is a finish worth a photo, because 18-year-old Caleb Freeman crossed the line. Freeman, a senior at new castle high school in oklahoma, suffered a traumatic brain injury in a serious car accident two years ago. He was not supposed to live, not supposed to -- if he woke up, not supposed to eat, talk, walk or do anything. The cross country runner was in a coma for two long months while his family prayed.
When Caleb finally regained consciousness, he faced a long road to recovery. A pray for Caleb facebook page was set up to track his journey back and Caleb kept striving. As runners finished the three-mile course, they circled back, surrounding caleb, urging him on. He fell down four times in the race and got back up each time on his own. And like i knew i just needed to cross that line, because it could give people hope. Finishing the race to spread his message, keep on pushing forward.
I'm supposed to have handed in a first draft of my dissertation.
The two sides agreed to set up a commission to investigate claims