Up-to-minute techniques may let paraplegic walk


<p>By Rebecca Palmer<br /> Deseret News <br /> Published: Sunday, Aug. 3, 2008 12:18 a.m. MDT&nbsp;</p> <p>Four years ago, Maggie Anderson’s spine was crushed when the minivan she was riding in hit black ice, flipped and landed on her.<br /> Anderson will forever regret not strapping on a seat belt that day in Idaho. But at 21, she’s found joy in life, good friends and even a chance of escaping her wheelchair.</p> <p>Hope first came days after the crash, when she realized she could roll over. Three years later, after intensive daily …</p>