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Red Land swimmer inspires his teammates
Date: 1/11/2011 Album ID: 1150154
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Sean Brame, 14, a quad numeral amputee, is a member of the Red Land Patriots swim team. Tuesday, January 11, 2010 John A. Pavoncello photos
Sean Brame, Red Land High School freshman, was 9 years old when a sports injury lead to an infection that left him a quad numeral amputee. Despite missing both legs below the knee, his right hand, and all but one finger on his left, Brame is a member of the Patriots' swim team and competes in relay races.
Monday, January 10, 2010
John A. Pavoncello photo
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Sean Brame, Red Land High School freshman, was 9 years old when a sports injury lead to an infection that left him a quad numeral amputee. Despite missing both legs below the knee, his right hand, and all but one finger on his left, Brame is a member of the Patriots' swim team and competes in relay races.
Monday, January 10, 2010
John A. Pavoncello photo
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Sean Brame, Red Land High School freshman, was 9 years old when a sports injury lead to an infection that left him a quad numeral amputee. Despite missing both legs below the knee, his right hand, and all but one finger on his left, Brame is a member of the Patriots' swim team and competes in relay races.
Friday January 7, 2010
John A. Pavoncello photo
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Sean Brame, Red Land High School freshman, was 9 years old when a sports injury lead to an infection that left him a quad numeral amputee. Despite missing both legs below the knee, his right hand, and all but one finger on his left, Brame is a member of the Patriots' swim team and competes in relay races.
Friday January 7, 2010
John A. Pavoncello photo
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Sean Brame, Red Land High School freshman, was 9 years old when a sports injury lead to an infection that left him a quad numeral amputee. Despite missing both legs below the knee, his right hand, and all but one finger on his left, Brame is a member of the Patriots' swim team and competes in relay races.
Friday January 7, 2010
John A. Pavoncello photo
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Sean Brame, Red Land High School freshman, was 9 years old when a sports injury lead to an infection that left him a quad numeral amputee. Despite missing both legs below the knee, his right hand, and all but one finger on his left, Brame is a member of the Patriots' swim team and competes in relay races.
Friday January 7, 2010
John A. Pavoncello photo
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Sean Brame, Red Land High School freshman, was 9 years old when a sports injury lead to an infection that left him a quad numeral amputee. Despite missing both legs below the knee, his right hand, and all but one finger on his left, Brame is a member of the Patriots' swim team and competes in relay races.
Friday January 7, 2010
John A. Pavoncello photo
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