Jessamine County

July 27, 2013 4:52 PM

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

NICHOLASVILLE — A Marine who lost both his legs and his eyesight in an explosion in Iraq opened the door to a new phase of life Saturday at a ceremony presenting him and his family with a specially built house.

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