Colorado mom speaks about the risk of brain injuries in sports after son disappears
HENDERSON, Colo. -- A local mother is speaking out about concussions after her son disappeared. Nick Rader, 33, of Henderson had been missing for three days when he was found at a hospital in Colorado Springs this week. His mother, Mary Rader, was expecting the worst because of brain injuries he sustained as a bull rider. She is now speaking out about the risk of permanent brain damage in some sports.