Transcript for Aimee Copeland Arrives Home After Long Struggle
The biggest thing we've learned is how much we missed each other. We're together. We're whole. Minus one, it's just not the same. For her, maybe, she might have felt a little more captive. Like, I'm stuck with my parents. Reporter: Her journey began after a zip line accident in may, when she fell into a river. And the wound became infected with bacteria that claimed forces of all four limbs. This morning, she's waking up in a new addition to her family's home, built to for her by friends and local businesses. There'sn evean elevator. And it takes her to a an exercise studio. Her bathroom, bedroom and kitchen are all wheelchair-friendly. They built her a waterfall in the backyard. As an avid outdoors woman, she loves that the most. She doesn't have to hike miles to see a waterfall. She can walk out in the backyard and there it is. Reporter: Before the accident, she was very close to finishing her masters degree in psychology at a university here. She needed to write and defend her dissertation, which she still plans to do, once she starts driving. Yes, driving, in the next several months.
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