GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. (CBS46) CBS46 is working to get results for a former high school football star paralyzed during a game at a Gwinnett County high school over a decade ago.

Arquevious 'Que' Crane was paralyzed twelve years ago when he was tackled on the field while playing a game at South Gwinnett High School. 

Crane went on to graduate from the school, college and now works as a motivational speaker. He's had a wheelchair van but it's now proving unreliable and is breaking down frequently.

The Gwinnett County District Attorney's Office is leading efforts to purchase him a new van, which costs about $65,000.

"It breaks down and so it kind of prevents me from certain engagements that I have promised," Crane told CBS46 News. 

In September, Crane was recognized by the Gwinnett County District Attorney's Office for his work in the community.

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