Paralyzed Car Crash Survivor Becomes Fitness Model
A CAR crash victim who was given just a five percent chance of survival is now a fitness heavyweight and model. Tiphany Adams, 35 from Lodi, California, is already on her second life. When she was just 17 years old, Tiphany was in a car crash where all four people, including herself, were pronounced dead on the scene by emergency services. Medi-aired to hospital for 30 hours of life-saving surgery, Tiphany was given a five percent chance of survival. In a coma for three weeks, Tiphany fought for her life. When she woke up, her father, who largely brought her up, had to deliver the news that Tiphany was a paraplegic, with a T10 fracture and L2 movement.