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Injured Penn State cheerleader reunites with teammates

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A heart-warming reunion for a Louisville native and Penn State cheerleader who suffered brain damage and a broken pelvis after falling five stories.

Thursday afternoon, Paige Raque was reunited with her teammates.

The Penn State cheerleaders traveled to Louisville this weekend to support the women's volleyball team in the NCAA tournament.

During their trip, they got to see Paige for the first time since she was released from the hospital.

Jessica Harmon, Paige's roommate, says, "To see her like this she's back to Paige and looks so amazing it just makes me so happy to know she's back to her normal self."

Paige was forced to come home, after she fell 39 feet from an apartment building window near Penn State's campus.

She is now recovering in outpatient therapy at Frazier Rehab Center.

Paige believes her friends, family, and the entire Penn State community is what gets her through each and every day.

She says, "They've been so good to me and they've really been the reason for where I am today."

Paige's teammates have hosted numerous fundraiser's for her family. They're also spreading awareness with bracelets that say, 'Pray for Paige'.

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