The 17-year-old track star and Good Samaritan who was injured helping the victims of a crash on I-96 is making big strides.
Sean English told reporters earlier this month that the outpouring of support was pushing him forward, and now there’s proof:
Despite a partial amputation, and a combo of a torn MCL and ACL, he's walking again.
After you learn to walk, you learn to run. 1 step closer to my goal. Also today I bent my left knee (torn acl & torn mcl) 50 degrees! pic.twitter.com/0kwI8aBhe7
— $ean €nglish (@seanenglish24) May 4, 2017
He posted that video a little before midnight on Twitter but hundreds of people are already reacting.
Earlier this month, English spoke from Henry Ford Hospital getting emotional, saying that the trooper who responded and put a tourniquet on his leg after the crash saved his life.
The other Good Samaritan who stopped to help, Dr. Cynthia Ray, died from her injuries after a second car smashed into the crash site.