(NY Post) – David Jevotovsky isn’t the same as he was before his accident — but he miraculously feels like he’s back at “100%.”
Just five years ago, the 28-year-old, first-year medical resident didn’t know whether he’d be able to walk or talk again — let alone run the New York City Marathon and graduate from NYU Grossman School of Medicine — following a catastrophic, life-altering collision.
In the fall of 2017, Jevotovsky rode his bike from Kips Bay over to the scenic West Side Highway and down to Chelsea — without wearing a helmet — to meet classmates and study neurology.
Suddenly, the lights went out. He had been hit by a car. CONTINUE