Teen shot by stray bullet returns to school
BALTIMORE (WBFF)-- A Baltimore teen partially paralyzed by a stray bullet, returned to school Monday.
Jordan Green was shot in northeast Baltimore in September.
She was visiting with friends when a stray bullet went into her neck, fracturing the teen’s spinal cord. The incident left Green partially paralyzed and wheelchair-bound.
She completed therapy at the University of Maryland Rehabilitation and Orthopedic Institute and attended class at Western High School Monday.
Jordan has made significant progress. She told FOX45 last month, “My arms have gotten better and my legs have gotten a little better."
After attending her boyfriend's football game in October, Jordan said. “I just want to go back to school. That’s all I really want. That’s all I really want.”
Monday, she got her wish.
She and the family are hopeful Jordan will walk again.
A gofundme has been set up to help Jordan's family with some of the costs associated with her medical care.