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Geri Helm’s Comeback

Geri Helm’s Comeback

On her way back to Twin Falls from Ketchum, Geri Helm was involved in a head-on collision. She incurred 14 breaks and fractures, including fracturing her pelvis in three places, and breaking her tibia on her right leg and fibula her left.

She was transported to Boise where she stayed in the hospital for 12 days before being admitted to the Gwen Neilsen Anderson Rehabilitation Center at St. Luke’s Magic Valley. She spent a week in inpatient rehabilitation close to home. Now Geri is back at the gym and getting stronger each day.