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Family seeks answers to shooting of CA war veteran
Family, friends struggle for answers after CA man who survived war injury paralyzed at party
By The Associated Press

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) ' Christopher Sullivan's family and friends figured the soldier had already been through one of the most difficult challenges he could face when he survived a suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan last year.

Now the 22-year-old Army specialist from San Bernardino is facing an even greater one.

Sullivan lies in a hospital bed, paralyzed from the neck down, after he was shot trying to break up a fight at his welcome home party last week.

Friends of the soldier say it was a miracle he survived that suicide bombing that killed six of his fellow soldiers. It left him with broken bones and a brain injury that took months to heal.

This week they are praying for another miracle, one that will let him walk again.

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