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Medical professionals will try to determine how Gray's neck was injured
Medical professionals will try to determine how Gray's neck was injured

When some medical experts look at the choppy, grainy video of Freddie Gray's arrest, they see that he has a spinal cord injury. Others are not so sure. "He can't use his legs," said Dr. Mary Anne Whelan, a retired neurologist from Cooperstown, N.Y. "It's entirely consistent with a spinal cord injury." "It's so hard to tell" from a video whether there's damage to a neck and spine or the extent of it, said Dr. Robert E. Harbaugh, president of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons. Neither one is involved in the investigation into Gray's death in police custody about a week after the 25-year-old West Baltimore man was...

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