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How a Parapalegic Climber Scaled a Hong Kong Skyscraper

Pulling himself using only a rope, Lai Chi-Wai climbed Hong Kong’s Nina Towers while in a wheelchair. He was a climber who’d suffered a spinal cord injury after an accident 10 years ago. "Apart from just living, I wondered what drives me? So I began to chase that, knowing that there was a possibility I could climb mountains, even in a wheelchair, that I could be a climber again, I found some direction in life knowing that I could do what I wanted in life," he told Reuters. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer explains.

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