Brian Wagoner is on the rebound, starting physical therapy this week at Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center. The 20-year-old man was seriously injured on March 24 in a two-truck collision at Big Bend, his father being killed. He is up and about using a walker.

"He has been doing his own therapy, until now," said his mom, Charlotte Wagoner, "He has a real determination to get back to normal." She said he went turkey hunting recently on a 4-wheeler, along with some friends.

"It has been a very difficult time for our family, but we're working on making it," said Ms. Wagoner.

Brian Wagoner is recovering from multiple fractures and several other injuries. He was evaluated yesterday by MHHCC Physical Therapist Damon Allen, and will be placed on a special treatment and recovery program.

"He has purchased tickets to go down to Charlotte and watch the races. It's been hard to keep him down," she concluded, expressing appreciation to the community and readers across America for the support the family has received since the tragic event.

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