Jesse Sink is a model and fitness competitor who survived a deadly accident and is inspiring others with his story of tragedy and triumph.
In 2006, Jesse Sink was a 20-year-old fashion and fitness model in New York City when he woke up on top of a train at Penn Station. Moments later he was electrocuted, burned alive, and given two days to live.
After surviving 13, 800 volts, 2 months in a coma, and 13 surgeries – including arm amputation, skin grafting, vein re -routing and bone / muscle / tissue / nerve repair – Jesse Sink has re–learned how to walk, talk, write, and kick ass.
Seven years after doctors deemed him "beyond repair,” Jesse Sink is a fitness trainer, model, amateur bodybuilder and spokesperson in Los Angeles, inspiring others who are struggling to not just survive – but to thrive.