Aimee Copland, Flesh-Eating Bacteria Victim, Gets Specialized Wing on Home

A contractor and volunteers helped build an addition so Copland can continue her rehab at home.
3:00 | 08/16/12

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Transcript for Aimee Copland, Flesh-Eating Bacteria Victim, Gets Specialized Wing on Home
-- Georgia graduate student who contracted that flesh eating infection on a zip line that will be soon leaving rehab for brand new days after losing her hands her feet. And a leg Amy Copeland is heading to a renovated wing there it is. In her parents' home thanks. To Paul -- homes and dozens of volunteers this two story addition was built in just 25 days. Got an elevator touch -- lower counter tops and other special touches designed -- -- he needs in mind he's he's great.

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