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On the night of Friday, September 3, 2011, life as Cara Moro knew it changed forever. While doing a cheerleading stunt with a friend, Cara fell and broke her back. She was rushed into surgery and cared for by the Shands medical team, but sadly the tragic accident left her paralyzed from the waist down.

Anyone that knows Cara would describe her as loving, fun, and full of energy. As a 19-year old sophomore at Santa Fe College in Gainesville, Florida, Cara was studying to be a nurse and preparing to transfer into the University of Florida where she would finish her degree. Cara loves spending time outside, especially jet skiing at the lake with her family or swimming and laying out at New Smyrna Beach. This injury has left her trying to relearn how to do all of the things she once enjoyed so much.


October 19, 2015

Hi Cara, I just happened to come across your website as I was looking up Windy Hill Ranch in Apopka. We live in Tavares. I went to Sante Fe College too...but many years ago :) I just want you to know that I feel God has put you in my path for a reason. I will be praying for you with all my heart! I would love to know how you are doing now. It looks like the website only went to Oct. 16th, 2103?...and I thought it was funny that today is Oct. 16th, 2015. Whether I hear from you or not, my prayers are with you! :) This is my email: [email protected]

Chris Clark

October 26, 2013

Very Glad to hear of all your progress! I am hoping to be able to be there for the Nov 14th event, Jessica and Sean are all set to be there.. Keep up the hard work, and the big Smile:-) you are an inspiration to us all, Rob

Robert Guyton

October 8, 2013

sounds like everything is goin good for u keep up the good work seeyabye

Dawg, Carrollton GA

October 8, 2013

Hi Cara, I'm a friend of your grandma Bernie,who is an amazing person herself. I know that with your will and the guidance of our LORD you will get through this. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.May you have a healthy and speedy recovery.

Gretchen Kufel,Orlando Fl.