Iesha Mann, 25, was caught in a crossfire two months ago and took a bullet to the back while walking a dog in Jacksonville Beach. The single mother is pictured here with her 8-year-old son Jeremiah. She is now paralyzed but hoping to walk again.
Mann's oldest son Jeremiah is pictured with his little brother, 2-year-old Tramaine. Both boys are staying with relatives while their mother goes through intensive physical therapy at Brooks Rehabilitation.
Mann is pictured here with her two sons Jeremiah and Tramaine. The two boys are staying with their grandmother while Mann goes through therapy at Brooks Rehabilitation.
Channel 4's Jennifer Waugh interviews Mann from her hospital bed. Mann has since moved to Brooks Rehabilitation.
From her hospital bed, Mann told Channel 4's Jennifer Waugh that she forgives the men who shot her in Jacksonville Beach. Three suspects have been arrested. Police say two of those suspects are known gang members.
Mann is undergoing intense therapy at Brook Rehabilitation.
As part of her therapy, Mann is learning how to roll over without using her legs. Her family is hoping her paralysis is only temporary.
This X-ray shows the bullet that remains in Mann's back. The bullet is the white circle. Doctors say it's too dangerous to remove the bullet right now.