WATCH: Once-paralyzed Jack Jablonski regains lower body control

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Jack Jablonski's amazing recovery continues.

Four years after the former Benilde-St. Margaret’s athlete was paralyzed in a Minnesota high school hockey game, Jablonski is more determined than ever to walk again.

He is now studying at the University of Southern California, interning with the NHL's L.A. Kings and continuing his rehab with success. An inspiring new Instagram video shows him controlling his lower body.

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