Amy Harris and her mom, Carolyn Hobbs, live near London with Harris' Yorkshire terrier, Sophia. Harris' leg had to be amputated because of extensive injuries; she is impatient for an orthopedic leg to be fitted so she can leave her wheelchair behind. Harris said she discovered and has embraced a deep well of resolve during her recovery. "I'll overcome all of this," she said of her injuries.
Amy Harris and her mom, Carolyn Hobbs, live near London with Harris' Yorkshire terrier, Sophia. Harris' leg had to be amputated because of extensive injuries; she is impatient for an orthopedic leg to be fitted so she can leave her wheelchair behind. Harris said she discovered and has embraced a deep well of resolve during her recovery. "I'll overcome all of this," she said of her injuries. Herald-Leader
Amy Harris and her mom, Carolyn Hobbs, live near London with Harris' Yorkshire terrier, Sophia. Harris' leg had to be amputated because of extensive injuries; she is impatient for an orthopedic leg to be fitted so she can leave her wheelchair behind. Harris said she discovered and has embraced a deep well of resolve during her recovery. "I'll overcome all of this," she said of her injuries. Herald-Leader

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