Author, missionary and inventor Steve Saint showed slight progress during his first day of rehabilitation Monday (June 25) after an accident nearly two weeks earlier left him partially paralyzed. Saint, whose missionary pilot father Nate Saint was killed in Ecuador by tribesmen in 1956, was conducting a test June 13 when a safety strap broke and an aluminum wing hit him in the head. The day of the accident, he had only limited movement in his arms and legs. He had successful surgery a week after the accident.