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Paralyzed Hanover teen hopes to be home soon

HANOVER, VA (WWBT) - New information on a Hanover high school student paralyzed in a diving accident in the James River this past summer.

The mother of 16-year-old Cole Sydnor tells the Times-Dispatch that they believe his son will be home just in time for Christmas.

The teen is currently at a rehab center in Atlanta.

You may remember we told you about his friends here in Hanover, trying to help the Sydnors make their home "handicap accessible."

The paper reports that Cole should be released on December 23.

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