Rosalina Dionisio, shown last month, still struggles with her injuries from the crash. She has metal rods in her back. Her left arm and hand are held at her side in braces so that they won’t curl in atrophy. She can lift her right arm to shoulder height.
Rosalina Dionisio, shown last month, still struggles with her injuries from the crash. She has metal rods in her back. Her left arm and hand are held at her side in braces so that they won’t curl in atrophy. She can lift her right arm to shoulder height. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Rosalina Dionisio, shown last month, still struggles with her injuries from the crash. She has metal rods in her back. Her left arm and hand are held at her side in braces so that they won’t curl in atrophy. She can lift her right arm to shoulder height. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

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