SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — A Solana Beach man is back in San Diego still recovering from a spinal cord injury that happened halfway around the world in Bali.
Anthony Galvan-Schaible’s journey happened during the pandemic and even though he’s back home, there are months of intensive rehab ahead.
Schaible went to Bali in February with plans to stay until April. Then the pandemic started and he had to stay.
In late July, Schaible was in a motorcycle accident that left him with a spinal cord injury. He required emergency surgery halfway around the world.
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His mom flying to be by his side.
“Pretty much just got stronger and we had to figure out how to fly business class,” Schaible said before his return.
Two weeks ago, Schaible made it back home, transferred to UCSD La Jolla after three flights