Injured Lobo Player Moved To Dallas For Rehabilitation

D'Mio Ingram continues to prove he is a fighter on and off the football field.

Monday morning, D'Mio's mother told KLTV 7 Sports Director Maya Golden that Ingram had been moved from Longview Regional Hospital to Baylor Medical Center in Dallas to begin his rehabilitation.

Ingram's mother, Stefanie Woodberry, also stressed that her son continued to show remarkable strength in his recovery. He is now able to bend his legs and slowly raise his right arm.

D'Mio suffered a spinal cord injury and temporary paralysis after he was tackled during practice two weeks ago. D'Mio also suffered a collapsed lung and stopped breathing on the football field.

As D'Mio continues to improve,  the family continues to struggle financially to pay for his medical bills and traveling expenses back and forth to Dallas. His mother does not have insurance and the school district can only offer so much in the way of insurance coverage of the accident.

Donations are being accepted at East Texas Professional Credit Union to the D'Mio Ingram Fund.

On Friday, May 23, the Lobo's spring game will also serve as a fundraiser. Donations can  be made at the gates of Lobo Stadium. Game time is 6:00 p.m.