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Those close to Lana Jo Barnett know just how much being crowned Homecoming queen means to her.
Though few ever would realize it from looking at her standing on that field smiling, her victory represents something even deeper than heading up the queen's court - her victory over death and her long, arduous struggle back to the land of the living.
On Labor Day, 2004, Lana's world nearly came to an end.
One minute she was an athletic, outgoing 12-year-old, enjoying the aftermath of the Waddy Labor Day parade, and in an instant, an ATV accident changed all that.
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