18-Year Old Girl with a Disability Gets Chance to Drive

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Jeremy Schneider (Make-a-Wish Foundation)
Erin Danzer, 18, gets the keys to her newly modified car during an unveiling ceremony by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. She was diagnosed with FOP as a toddler, a disease that turns muscles, tendons and ligaments to bone. Due to limited movement in her neck and arms, Erin needed a specially modified car to be able to drive.
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Jeremy Schneider (Make-a-Wish Foundation)
Erin Danzer, 18, gets the keys to her newly modified car during an unveiling ceremony by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. She was diagnosed with FOP as a toddler, a disease that turns muscles, tendons and ligaments to bone. Due to limited movement in her neck and arms, Erin needed a specially modified car to be able to drive.
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Jeremy Schneider (Make-a-Wish Foundation)
Erin Danzer, 18, gets the keys to her newly modified car during an unveiling ceremony by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. She was diagnosed with FOP as a toddler, a disease that turns muscles, tendons and ligaments to bone. Due to limited movement in her neck and arms, Erin needed a specially modified car to be able to drive.
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Jeremy Schneider (Make-a-Wish Foundation)
Erin Danzer, 18, gets the keys to her newly modified car during an unveiling ceremony by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. She was diagnosed with FOP as a toddler, a disease that turns muscles, tendons and ligaments to bone. Due to limited movement in her neck and arms, Erin needed a specially modified car to be able to drive.
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Jeremy Schneider (Make-a-Wish Foundation)
Erin Danzer, 18, gets the keys to her newly modified car during an unveiling ceremony by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. She was diagnosed with FOP as a toddler, a disease that turns muscles, tendons and ligaments to bone. Due to limited movement in her neck and arms, Erin needed a specially modified car to be able to drive.
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Jeremy Schneider (Make-a-Wish Foundation)
Erin Danzer, 18, gets the keys to her newly modified car during an unveiling ceremony by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. She was diagnosed with FOP as a toddler, a disease that turns muscles, tendons and ligaments to bone. Due to limited movement in her neck and arms, Erin needed a specially modified car to be able to drive.
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