Physically challenged teens learn to scuba dive. : News Photo

Physically challenged teens learn to scuba dive.

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DENVER, CO. - FEBRUARY 16: As her son Jonathan Wallace, 19, who has cerebral palsy, makes his way under water, Sharon Wallace snaps a few photos through the tank glass from the aquarium restaurant. Two teens from the Riley Children's Foundation are learning how to scuba dive with instructors from the A-1 Scuba and Travel Aquatics Center at the Downtown Aquarium.(Photo By Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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DENVER, CO. - FEBRUARY 16: As her son Jonathan Wallace, 19, who has cerebral palsy, makes his way under water, Sharon Wallace snaps a few photos through the tank glass from the aquarium restaurant. Two teens from the Riley Children's Foundation are learning how to scuba dive with instructors from the A-1 Scuba and Travel Aquatics Center at the Downtown Aquarium.(Photo By Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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