KMBC: Two Kansas City Current Players Show Support for Patient Rehabilitating from Truck Accident

July 15, 2022

A patient doing physical, occupational, and speech therapy at Saint Luke's Rehabilitation Institute in Overland Park received a surprise visit from two Kansas City Current players who heard about his story and wanted to encourage him with his recovery.

When Doug Beats, a field technician for heavy equipment, came to The Rehab Institute he was on a feeding tube and couldn't walk, talk, or use his left arm from his injuries. 

Watch the KMBC story below to see where Doug is now. 

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