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A Barrington Hills man, Robert Komosa, 30, has died from breathing complications 13 years after he was paralyzed during football practice at Rolling Meadows High School. (WGN-TV)
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Rolling Meadows high school athlete Rob Komosa, who sustained a paralyzing neck injury during a 1999 football practice, has died:
Komosa died at his home on February 16 after suffering breathing complications.
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