Boston Bombing Amputee Races for Autism

Mery Daniel, who lost part of her leg, will use a hand-cycle to participate in a benefit race.
0:46 | 09/25/13

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Talk about an inspirational comeback story week -- -- a woman lost her leg in the Boston Marathon bombing is not letting that slow her down one bit. Five months after the attack -- Daniel is already racing again. Only now the young mother is doing it with a hand cycle taking on many challenges just recently she did at 27 mile race with a wounded veteran. Not to put the outside his victims after what happened. -- both scenes and I think does so many different ways you can so we in or. Power back in the -- -- to relieving. And she's inspiring so many along the way at one event even posing for this -- -- -- beyoncé. And racing to raise money for the fight against optimism.

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