March 1, 2016
Sunday, February 07, 2016
RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif. (KABC) —
A special scuba diving program teaches people with disabilities that they can do more than they ever imagined.
Below the surface the differences are hard to find, but back on dry land there’s no escaping it.
“I got injured 25 years ago. And I’ve kind of done it all from snowskiing and I race a quad and I skydive. But scuba is just an equalizer because once you’re neutrally buoyant, you don’t feel disabled at all,” Darryl Lair, of Hesperia, said.