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Wife of KFC manager who was paralyzed after robbery dies

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio- The wife of a former Kentucky Fried Chicken manager, who was paralyzed in 2008 after being shot during a robbery, has died.

Lisa Kaluza was pronounced dead last night after being admitted to the hospital with abdominal pains.

A cause of her death has not been determined yet, but it is believed she may have had a stroke.

Lisa was the wife of Joe Kaluza, who was paralyzed in 2008 after being shot during a robbery.

The Kaluzas received an outpouring of community support after the incident, with volunteers helping the family construct a new home that accommodated Joe's disability.

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