Colorado teamwork makes it possible for paralyzed driver to drive race car again

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DENVER -- What started as a figment of the imagination two years ago is now one man's fulfilled dream.

A Denver surgeon had the idea to build a race car for a completely paralyzed driver. Some Colorado companies helped make it possible.

The fast car works with a tilt of the head to steer it and make it accelerate... biting down puts on the brakes.

Aristea Brady tells us about the doctor, the two Fortune 500 companies and the former Indy 500 racer who turned this into reality. Watch her video report above.


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