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Austin Whitney hasn't uses lakes -- over four years after a car accident left him paralyzed from the waist down.
For years he struggled with the reality that he might -- walk again.
If that would change when he became a student at the University of California Berkeley and heard of a project that would change -- slide.
Doctor -- -- as a gritty and his team a mechanical engineering students were building the vice it would help carefully to regain the use of their -- -- -- -- hear it real walking again.
It seems like entering it doesn't seem unreal he immediately joined the team and help build the Austin, Texas skeleton.
And mechanical seat that is -- by voters at a computer that enables him to walk.
You communicate today -- those doubts and that's his way and then that actually it's.
One Austin's dream was finally in -- that is graduation.
People watched him for the first time.
Stand and walk across.
To receive his diploma -- standing ovation college graduation UC Berkeley.
While walking across the stage.
As a paraplegic.
And certainly must tramp and feeling -- -- and my life.
Back that she wants to build affordable access skeletons that will cost around 181000 dollars.
Instead of the 100000 dollar models that are currently on the market.
But -- wants the world to know that he -- all the success to his team.
It's the greatest gift anyone could give it showed the world what can be achieved and hopefully have shared hope with millions of people around the world.
In Berkeley California itself -- so Fox News.
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