Dick Brenner, left, talks with his physical therapist Lynne Brennema before being discharged from the Carolina Medical Center Rehabilitation Institute in Charlotte on Nov. 15, 2000. Brenner broke his pelvis and right leg when a walkway he was crossing on at then-Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Concord collapsed on May 20, 2000. There were 106 other people injured in the pedestrian bridge’s collapse.
Dick Brenner, left, talks with his physical therapist Lynne Brennema before being discharged from the Carolina Medical Center Rehabilitation Institute in Charlotte on Nov. 15, 2000. Brenner broke his pelvis and right leg when a walkway he was crossing on at then-Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Concord collapsed on May 20, 2000. There were 106 other people injured in the pedestrian bridge’s collapse. FRANCISCO KJOLSETH OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Dick Brenner, left, talks with his physical therapist Lynne Brennema before being discharged from the Carolina Medical Center Rehabilitation Institute in Charlotte on Nov. 15, 2000. Brenner broke his pelvis and right leg when a walkway he was crossing on at then-Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Concord collapsed on May 20, 2000. There were 106 other people injured in the pedestrian bridge’s collapse. FRANCISCO KJOLSETH OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

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