Wrong move paralyzes a British Pole dancer

Wrong move paralyzes a British Pole dancer

York : United Kingdom | Sep 15, 2010 at 10:58 PM PDT
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The 32-year old pole dancer Debbie Plowman hailing from York in north England broke her neck while performing in a pole dancing session - it was a fitness session. She was on a routine maneuver doing the cross ankle release when she slipped and fell to the ground breaking her neck and damaging her spinal cord. She was no novice to pole dancing and had two years experience in these dances. Debbie is a mother of two and requires a ventilator to help her breathe - he has to rely on a computer to communicate with others: the computer tracks the movements of her eyes.

prabirghose is based in Nāshik, Maharashtra, India, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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