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Jack Jablonski was paralyzed in a hockey game over the holidays as he was hit from behind. The Benilde-St. Margaret`s hockey team rallied to help raise funds towards his recovery. On Saturday his team played and they were victorious and Jack had wanted to celebrate on the ice with his team, but the Minnesota High School officials on site wouldn`t allow this and instead he had to celebrate with them in the team`s locker room. They blame the state`s lifetime catastrophic injury insurance policy for preventing him on ice. I think it`s quite unfair that an insurance policy could prevent them from allowing him on ice. If he`s being wheeled by someone and if his wheel chair had a belt I wouldn`t see anything wrong with it. But nooo legalities ruin for for people.
Do you think Jack should`ve been allowed on ice to celebrate?
Would you have let Jack onto the ice if you were one of the Minnesota high school officials?