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Paralyzed Oklahoma City Police Officer Chad Peery's Condition Continuing To Improve

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Officer Chad Peery is out of the ICU and now being treated in a rehab hospital. Officer Chad Peery is out of the ICU and now being treated in a rehab hospital.
Former OU Sooner and current NFL player Roy Williams stopped by to see Peery at the hospital. Former OU Sooner and current NFL player Roy Williams stopped by to see Peery at the hospital.

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma City Officer Chad Peery, who was paralyzed after being beaten at a metro bar, continues to improve.

Officer Peery is out of the ICU and now being treated in a rehab hospital. Doctors said he is still paralyzed except for his shoulders and biceps.

The Oklahoma County District Attorney has filed additional charges against the three men accused of paralyzing Peery.

More: Community Continues To Rally Around Paralyzed Oklahoma City Police Officer

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