Monty Rush sits in front of his south Wichita home Thursday. He lost his leg to a flesh-eating bacteria after stepping on a nail five years ago. He and his wife are starting a support group for other amputees and are holding an amputee cook-out this month.
Monty Rush sits in front of his south Wichita home Thursday. He lost his leg to a flesh-eating bacteria after stepping on a nail five years ago. He and his wife are starting a support group for other amputees and are holding an amputee cook-out this month. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle
Monty Rush sits in front of his south Wichita home Thursday. He lost his leg to a flesh-eating bacteria after stepping on a nail five years ago. He and his wife are starting a support group for other amputees and are holding an amputee cook-out this month. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle

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‘Amputee cookout’ to offer support, community for amputees

June 03, 2017 5:02 PM

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