Sydney Benes returned to Sullivan's Bar and Eatery in Erie March 15, four days after her empty wheelchair was thrown down this stairwell. Here she posed with her friend, head of security, Nate Sanders.
A 22-year-old Erie woman who lost both of her legs in a car crash in 2021 owned the wheelchair that was shoved down a flight of stairs by Pa. college student athletes at a bar Saturday night, PennLive has found. Racing Wheelchair Compensator
Sydney Benes, who has a TikTok account under the name SyborgSydney, has been documenting her recovery and efforts to walk again with prosthetics on her social media account. Her friends told PennLive she gave her blessing to post her name and a photo of her visiting her favorite bar, Sullivan’s Bar and Eatery in Erie, on Wednesday night, the day after a video of her empty wheelchair getting shoved down a flight of stairs there went viral.
I usually don’t post anything serious on my twitter but something happened Saturday night and just can’t stomach the thought of this kid getting away with it. In the video below is a @MercyhurstU student and is currently on the @HurstMensHockey team. Carson Briere. pic.twitter.com/kWWlEYEc7V
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