A Corbin High School sophomore, who had been in a coma since April 17 when she was hurt in a four-wheeling, wakes up.
Doctors say 16-year-old Holli Logan-Delph is being treated at Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Center.
The un-helmeted teenager struck her head on railroad tracks when she fell from the ATV.
Physicians administered coma medication to stop brain swelling and gave Holli's family little hope of her survival.
When Holli was taken off the coma medication April 27, doctors were astonished by the results because she began to open her eyes.
She's now walking with assistance.
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