Amputee Hero: Wounded Warrior Shares Story In New Documentary

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SGT Travis Mills is a quadruple amputee who lost his arms and legs while serving in Iraq."I just so happened I set my bag down, and even though the mine sweeper didnt pick it up, my bag detonated the IED" Said MillsHis brother-in-law was with him when he woke up and had to break the news that changed mill's life forever."I remember I asked am i paralyzed, He said no. I said you don't have to lie to me I can't feel my fingers or toes. He said the truth is travis, you dont have them anymore bud."Mills is one of only five quadruple amputees from the Iraq and Afghanistan war who survived their injuries. the Dallas based nonprofit Fotolanthropy, called mills and asked if they could make a documentary about his recovery.

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