U.S. Marine Cpl. Matt Bradford and his wife, Amanda, holding Layla, followed Emma and Nolan Leff to check out their new home in Equestrian Estates in Jessamine County on Saturday. The Helping a Hero program built the customized house for the family. Matt Bradford lost his legs and eyesight in Iraq in 2007.
U.S. Marine Cpl. Matt Bradford and his wife, Amanda, holding Layla, followed Emma and Nolan Leff to check out their new home in Equestrian Estates in Jessamine County on Saturday. The Helping a Hero program built the customized house for the family. Matt Bradford lost his legs and eyesight in Iraq in 2007. Herald-Leader
U.S. Marine Cpl. Matt Bradford and his wife, Amanda, holding Layla, followed Emma and Nolan Leff to check out their new home in Equestrian Estates in Jessamine County on Saturday. The Helping a Hero program built the customized house for the family. Matt Bradford lost his legs and eyesight in Iraq in 2007. Herald-Leader

Injured Marine and his family enter their new house in Jessamine County

July 27, 2013 04:52 PM

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