Quadriplegic Veteran Offers Hope To Others
(Undated) -- Some people may view catastrophic injury as the end of their lives, but not Romy Camargo. Romy became a quadriplegic after being shot while on humanitarian missions in Afghanistan. During National Suicide Awareness Month, Romy is offering hope and advice, saying it's important not to become isolated. Romy and his wife have founded the Stay in Step Foundation and together they are building one of the only spinal cord injury facilities in the country operated by people who know, first-hand, the lives their patients are living. Romy says it's important to always remember the person you were before your injury because that's still the person you are today and always will be.