Veteran describes his experience living with a traumatic brain injury

Adam Greathouse, from the veteran-support organization DAV, shared his story with “What Would You Do?” about surviving an injury while deployed with the U.S. Army in 2001.
0:58 | 07/13/20

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We're setting up but the historic steer you in Indianapolis Indiana. Our rector Noll who suffered a traumatic brain injury in a car accident. We'll be playing a veteran. Doing it and we'll be getting some guidance from Adam great house whose wit Disabled American Veterans and n.'s Adam. And momentous no matter what the TV Adam himself was injured while he was deployed with the US arm and possible. In 2001. Put them brain injury. It's hard to concentrate. I know that they share symptoms. Have been the places that's her. Stimulating. Are stimulated and lights yeah lights noise. On the stuff six and stories of mistreatment. TV Iran accidents hood. Are right we giddy gel and it's the same river yet again if for better yeah.

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