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Supporters raise $8k for South Ga. man paralyzed in accident

A South Georgia man who was paralyzed in an accident is close to getting back to the outdoors thanks to support from the community. A South Georgia man who was paralyzed in an accident is close to getting back to the outdoors thanks to support from the community.
The Ms.Track-A-Licious pageant over the weekend raised nearly $8,000 dollars for Mark Langley. The Ms.Track-A-Licious pageant over the weekend raised nearly $8,000 dollars for Mark Langley.
Supporters are working to raise $13,000 to buy a track chair to allow him back in the woods for hunting. Supporters are working to raise $13,000 to buy a track chair to allow him back in the woods for hunting.
A golf tournament will be held December 5th at the Grand Island Golf Course to help reach their goal. A golf tournament will be held December 5th at the Grand Island Golf Course to help reach their goal.
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

A South Georgia man who was paralyzed in a car crash is getting close to his goal of enjoying the outdoors again.

The Ms.Track-A-Licious pageant over the weekend raised nearly $8,000 dollars for Mark Langley.

Supporters are working to raise $13,000 to buy a track chair to allow him back in the woods for hunting.

A golf tournament will be held December 5th at the Grand Island Golf Course to help reach their goal.

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