(AP) – Edwin Moses turned the corner, saw the blue police lights in the distance and, immediately, started spinning.
His senses overwhelmed by the strength of the strobing lights, Moses fell to the ground and crawled to the sidewalk, then used every ounce of energy to stand up and stagger back to his car.
Somehow, he made it home safely that night. Within a week, he was lying in a hospital bed, losing feeling in his legs, wondering if he would ever walk again.
The incident on the streets of Atlanta came shortly after Moses suffered his second traumatic brain injury in the span of two months — one from a tumble down stairs, the second when he banged his head hard on the doorjamb of his car. CONTINUE