Filer, Idaho (KMVT-TV) A College of Southern Idaho student who was paralyzed from the chest down after a car accident earlier this summer is back home.
22–year old Andrew Silveria was a passenger in a car driven by 20–year old Jimmy Chan back in July.
Police say Chan was driving too fast in the Devil's Corral area when he lost control causing it to roll.
After nearly two months at St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise, Silveria returned to his Filer home Friday.
He's already made big strides along his road to recovery.
"When I was brought to the hospital I had barely any movement now I can move my arms, move my wrists, move them up and down, but my legs are just stationary," said Andrew Silveria, injured in crash.
Since the accident, Silveria has received an outpouring of support from the community.
Home depot built a wheel chair ramp into his mother's home and replaced some of the flooring so it's easier for him to get around.
There's an account under Tracy and Andrew Silveria set up at First Federal Bank for anyone wishing to donate money.
They're trying to raise enough to buy a van.