Transcript for Quadriplegic woman rappels from 357-foot tall building
We turn to the story of a woman seriously injured in a fall two years ago and is now making history all while raising money for a good cause. Janai is back in studio with us this morning. We're very happy to see you this morning, janai. Good morning. So excited to be back in the studio. Molly Schneider isn't letting anything, not even her wheelchair, get in the way of her adventurous side. Check it out. That's her wheelchair. She's repelling after a 357-foot tall building. Schneider broke her neck in a fall in 2018 and is a quadriplegic. She had ra pelled off this building in the same event before her injury but, she says, as you can imagine, this time it was different. It was so fun. When I first went off the scaffolding, it sounded like I was in a stadium. Hearing everyone cheer from the bottom was incredible and I was shocked by the shear volume. Like, I heard it all those stories up and it was incredible. The event called over the edge was a fundraiser for grace haven, an anti-sex trafficking organization that helps victims. Organizers say it's the first time someone in a wheelchair has made their way down. Pretty impressive. Great cause. Slightly more dramatic than Dan rappelling from his bunk bed in the morning. The socks hitting the floor. It's all cheers in my apartment. Janai, so great to have you back in the studio. The distance is still farther away than we're comfortable with. We can't hug it out, but a little bit of normalcy. Maybe you can catch Dan with a long-distance elbow. I'm going to try. The weekends have gotten -- We can throw things. The weekends have gotten less safe for me. Verbal jabs coming my way. Well-deserved. Janai, thank you so much.
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