Trevor Hoff of rural Maryland went out to feed the cattle. Hours later he found himself at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
While feeding cattle, Trevor stepped of his tractor to open a gate. Upon climbing back into the seat, he realized the gate had swung shut. Without a second thought he slid off the tractor seat. Just as his foot hit the ground, the tractor started to roll.
He hadn’t put the tractor in park. The massive tires grabbed his foot and pulled him into the tractor’s path. Tires that just months earlier had winter chains on them.
Eighteen hours of surgery, seven plates, and thirty-seven screws later, the 14-year-old was told he’d never walk again.
Trevor attended the FS4JK chapter training workshop in March of 2011.
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