12 Aug '18, 10pm

Disabled Michigan veteran sets powerlifting records

He was serving in Iraq in February of 2006 when an underground explosive blew the door of his Humvee into his left side. Shoulder surgery fixed the damage to his left arm, but the impact of the blast cut off blood flow to the bones in his leg, and severely damaged cartilage and tendons. Three years of rehabilitation and surgery on his left leg led to his medical retirement from the Army.

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