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Surviving a Triple Amputation: Cameron Clapp

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Surviving a Triple Amputation: Cameron Clapp
Cameron Clapp was just a teenager when he was hit by a freight train. It took both legs and an arm… but not his life. 

14 years on and he’s celebrating his Alive Day by running his first half marathon – not only for the physical triumph, but to say thank you to those he loves.

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