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A Humboldt Broncos Hockey Player Is Walking Again For The First Time Since The Crash

A Humboldt Broncos hockey player paralyzed in the 2018 tragedy has taken his first steps since the fatal bus crash.

In a video posted to Twitter on August 24, Ryan Straschnitzki is seen holding onto a walker while someone helps to move his legs.

"Little rough start for first time using a walker to walk but can only get better from here 🤞," he wrote on the video on his Instagram story.

Back in June, Straschnitzki used a walker to stand for the first time, so the fact that he's taking his first steps so soon after is pretty impressive.

We can't wait to see what he does next, and we're all cheering him on.

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