A Parkland teenager teen who survived a life-altering accident on Wisconsin amusement park ride finally got to meet the companion dog that actor Charlie Sheen is funding.
When Teagan Marti came crashing down to the ground from a Wisconsin amusement park ride in 2010 she nearly lost her life. Her long and recovery has inspired everyone involved in it and now has a big donation from an unlikely celebrity.
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One of the last time’s Teagan Marti was in Madison, Wisconsin, she left critically injured from falling 100 feet from an amusement park ride. Monday, she returned and dropped jaws by walking back into the hospital that treated her immediately after the accident.
More than a year after Parkland teenager Teagan Marti survived a life-altering accident on a Wisconsin amusement ride, Marti took her first steps in public over the weekend while leading several dozen people who gathered at a park in her honor.
It’s been one year since Parkland teenager Teagan Marti survived a life-altering accident on a Wisconsin amusement ride. Marti spoke exclusively with CBS4 about her recovery and the support she has received nationwide.