Moving story about injured cyclist Daniel Ahrendt
KOMO News did a great story on SKW client Daniel Ahrendt last night. Executive producer/reporter Nathan Wilson conveyed the resilience and bravery of Daniel and the entire Ahrendt family despite a near-death experience:
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