Deseret News Church News Subscribe. That turned out to be many things. You wouldn't know it to observe her now, but she was an angry, unhappy teenager suffering from anorexia before the accident. Destiny, who was on crutches, stopped to rest. As they prepared to leave, she saw an old metal railroad spike adjacent to the track. Anna aspires to work with autistic children through music and is engaged in school, a rigorous schedule and a personal life.
Subsisting on one small meal a day, she had been receiving what her mother describes as "intense treatment" for anorexia for nine months.
2 Teen Girls, Injured By Train, Cope With Change
She either hops or uses crutches. But I still love 'em. She took up hand cycling, weightlifting, bungee jumping, bowling, horse riding, swimming and rock climbing. In the meantime, she refuses to use a wheelchair. They put their heads on Rachel's bag and fell asleep. They were hit by a train. Later, Anna would remember thinking for several minutes, even before the train arrived, that something was going to go wrong.