Jason Koger of Owensboro, Kentucky, used to use his hands to make a living. He worked in the family construction business, enjoyed wrenching on cars in the garage, and hunted deer in the fall. On March 1, 2008, all of that changed. While riding an ATV on his farm, Koger struck a downed power line that sent 7,200 volts of electricity through his body. He was thrown from the vehicle, his heart stopped and started again, and the next thing he knew, he was on a helicopter headed for surgery.