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Adaptive Clothing Line Launched by Local Teen After Life Threatening Injury

Young actress and local teen Lalia Susini suffered a traumatic brain injury after a freak swing accident. Her experience inspired her and her friend Kate to launch an adaptive clothing company to help others on their road to recovery. 
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