Local man survives traumatic brain injury; says kids should still play football

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SEATTLE — Keeping our kids safe is what we all want. But the fact is that many parents have concerns about their children playing sports because of the risk of concussions.

In the video above, listen to a local doctor talk about the risk of head injuries, and then meet a young man who lived through a traumatic brain injury on the football field — Zackery Lystedt.