SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG
Baker broke his neck after a diving accident in October. It was feared he might be paralyzed, but in recent months has shown signs of progress. He can wiggle his toes, move his arms, but more importantly, his spirit and wit have made a full recovery. He loves to play the guitar.
SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG Baker broke his neck after a diving accident in October. It was feared he might be paralyzed, but in recent months has shown signs of progress. He can wiggle his toes, move his arms, but more importantly, his spirit and wit have made a full recovery. He loves to play the guitar. Merced Sun-Star
SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG Baker broke his neck after a diving accident in October. It was feared he might be paralyzed, but in recent months has shown signs of progress. He can wiggle his toes, move his arms, but more importantly, his spirit and wit have made a full recovery. He loves to play the guitar. Merced Sun-Star

James Burns: Buhach Colony's Baker on road to recovery after diving accident

April 25, 2009 12:06 AM

UPDATED April 27, 2009 10:05 AM

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