Jack Jablonski back home again "feeling good and doing much better"

The high school sophomore at Benilde-St. Margaret’s was hospitalized last week after "several alarming incidents." His mom wrote "our boy is back" on his CaringBridge website Tuesday night. Jablonski suffered a spinal cord injury during a hockey game last December.
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The high school sophomore at Benilde-St. Margaret’s was hospitalized last week after "several alarming incidents." His mom wrote "our boy is back" on his CaringBridge website Tuesday night. Jablonski suffered a spinal cord injury during a hockey game last December.

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