Segway moves Kilkenny man to new business

7th April, 2019
Evan Kelly of E Movement on a disability Segway in Kilkenny Picture: Dylan Vaughan

After an accident in Australia in 2007 left a then 22-year-old Evan Kelly paralysed from the chest down, doctors told him he would never walk again. “This was a bitter pill for me to swallow” he said, “as I am a typical Kilkenny man: I love hurling.”

The father of one got a new lease on life when he discovered Segways while on holidays in Portugal.

Once home, he researched the transporters...

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