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Kare 11: Wiggle Your Toes’ helps bombing victims heal

By KARE 11 ,


MINNEAPOLIS — A year after the terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon, a team ran to benefit a Minneapolis-based non profit called “Wiggle Your Toes.” The non-profit helps people who have lost limbs return to a normal life, and they[...]

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Kare 11: 2014 Eleven Who Care Honoree: Aaron Holm

By Kare 11,


After losing both of his legs in a terrible accident in 2007, Aaron Holm and his family knew that life would change and the word “normal” would be redefined. Little did he know that his new normal would mean getting[...]

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12 TV: Hundreds come out to support Brooklyn Center soldier

By Delane Cleveland, 12 TV


Pizza parties are always cause for celebration, but it’s the sacrifice Marco Solt made for his country, that packed people into Sammy’s Pizza in Brooklyn Park Saturday morning. “Well, I’ve had a lot of friends and family in the military[...]

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FOX 9: Wiggle Your Toes Foundation offers help to Boston Marathon amputees

By Scott Wasserman , FOX 9


There will undoubtedly be difficult days ahead for many of those wounded in the Boston Marathon bombing, but one local organization is stepping up to help those whose lives have been changed forever. The Wiggle Your Toes Foundation, which was[...]

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NBC News: Amputees fight for insurers to cover prostheses

By Associated Press, NBC News


SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. — After bone cancer forced the amputation of her right leg below the knee, Eileen Casey got even more bad news: Her insurer told her that she had spent her $10,000 lifetime coverage limit on her temporary[...]

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KARE 11: Minneapolis mugging victim now helping other amputees

By Renee Tessman, KARE 11


MINNEAPOLIS — Rob Rieckenberg was walking along the tracks that run under Washington Avenue in downtown Minneapolis about four-an-a-half years ago when his life changed forever. Rieckenberg said, “I was wrong place wrong time.” He was taking a shortcut from[...]

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