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Injured skier home from the hospital



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PARK CITY -- After seven weeks in the hospital, Cody Marshall, an Alpine Skier on the U.S. Ski Team who fell 20 feet on his head, is home.

Cody's brother tells KSL he can walk and talk and will continue out-patient rehab at home. Though Cody remembers his family, he has trouble with his short-term memory.

If he remains seizure free for three months, he could likely be able to drive again, and his brother says Cody's ultimate goal is to ski again.

In late July, Cody fell 20 feet from an escalator in Park City right on his head. Police say he was with friends at the Main Street Mall in Park City when he tried to slide down a railing and fell.

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