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Seven Stars Farm Organic Yogurt Founder On The Accident That Left Him Paralyzed10:56
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David and Edie Griffiths, founders of Seven Stars Organic Farm Yogurt, stand in their living room in Kimberton, Pennsylvania. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
David and Edie Griffiths, founders of Seven Stars Organic Farm Yogurt, stand in their living room in Kimberton, Pennsylvania. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
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Here & Now's Robin Young talks with David Griffiths and his wife Edie, founders of Seven Stars Farm Organic Yogurt, about the hay bale accident that left him quadriplegic.

David Griffiths at his desk at his home in Kimberton, Pennsylvania. Griffiths was left paralyzed after a hay bale accident. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
David Griffiths at his desk at his home in Kimberton, Pennsylvania. Griffiths was left paralyzed after a hay bale accident. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
Edie Griffiths stands in the hay barn, where her husband David was injured, on the Seven Stars Farm in Kimberton, Pennsylvania. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
Edie Griffiths stands in the hay barn, where her husband David was injured, on the Seven Stars Farm in Kimberton, Pennsylvania. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
Edie Griffiths (left) stands in the barn with Mark and Zack Dunphy, whose family is taking over Seven Stars Farm. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
Edie Griffiths (left) stands in the barn with Mark and Zack Dunphy, whose family is taking over Seven Stars Farm. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
Edie Griffiths stands in the cow barn at the Seven Stars Farm in Kimberton, Pennslyvania. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
Edie Griffiths stands in the cow barn at the Seven Stars Farm in Kimberton, Pennslyvania. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
The packaging facility at the Seven Stars Farm in Kimberton, Pennslyvania. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
The packaging facility at the Seven Stars Farm in Kimberton, Pennslyvania. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
A worker holds up a container of Seven Stars Farm organic yogurt. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
A worker holds up a container of Seven Stars Farm organic yogurt. (Robin Young/Here & Now)

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David and Edie Griffiths, founders of Seven Stars Organic Farm Yogurt in Kimberton, Pennsylvania.

This segment aired on July 28, 2016.

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