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12:52 pm
Tue September 4, 2012

Physical Challenges Overcome on Access Utah Tuesday

As part of the healing process military veterans will be commemorating the day that changed America and their own lives by participating in the Bright Mountain Paradox Sports 9-11 Veterans Climb. These veterans plan to summit the Grand Tetons National Park's 14,000 foot Grand Peak.

One of the participants will be Chad Jukes, from North Logan, who lost his right leg below the knee as a result of the injuries he sustained in an IED attack in Iraq. Chad will be Tom Williams' guest on Access Utah.

Hunter Woodhall is active in his middle school sports program -- he plays basketball and does track and wrestling in Syracuse, Utah. He's also an amputee, having lost his feet as a baby. He was recently named Shriners Hospitals national ambassador. He'll be our guest in the second half of Access Utah.

Follow Chad and other climbers participating in the Bright Mountain Paradox Sports 9-11 Veterans Climb.
 

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