As the boat busted through the lake water, the second wave turned out to be a doozy.
So much so, it would change the next three months of Morgan Whyte’s life.
“We hit the second wave and I twisted backward, still holding onto the thing (tube),” Whyte said. “I kind of got whipped off. I didn’t feel anything.
“People ask me if I heard it crack or anything. I didn’t hear anything. I thought it was fine, then I looked at my (right) arm and it was moving back and forth. You could see the broken bones (pushing at the skin). It was gross.”
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