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Broken Arrow Accident Victim Works To Receive Bionic Suit

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Brandon Stone is evaluated in Oklahoma City Monday. Brandon Stone is evaluated in Oklahoma City Monday.
Doctors say his joints and muscles need to be stronger. Doctors say his joints and muscles need to be stronger.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

A young man's dream to walk again is put on hold. Broken Arrow's Brandon Stone lost the use of his legs seven years ago in a car accident - and has been wheelchair-bound ever since.  

He traveled to Oklahoma City today to try out a bionic suit that would allow him to walk - like wearing a robot.

But after a long evaluation, doctors say his joints and muscles aren't strong enough yet. 

"Got some more work to do, got some homework to do. It's gonna be a lot of intense stretching - so a lot more pain to endure for awhile, but I'll be back," said Brandon Stone.

He says even if he has to wait years, that's nothing compared to the reward.

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