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Walk and Roll Dance Team Proves a Disability Doesn't Have to Be Limiting

One dance team isn't letting a disability stop them from doing what they love.

Chelsie Hill had aspirations of becoming a professional dancer. But, those goals hacd to be put on hold after a drunk driving accident four years ago. She injured her spinal chord and now is confined to a wheelchair.
"I thought I would never dance again," Hill said.
Despite her injury, she still found a way to dance. Chelsie and her father started the Walk and Roll Foundation to give people with spinal chord injuries the tools they need to live their lives to the fullest. One way they are able to meet that goal is through the Walk and Roll Dance Team.
The team is made up of five women from all over the county. They travel to different events across the country to perform. They want to show other people with disabilities that it doesn't have to be a limitation.
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