Clinical social worker Michelle Koeneke gives former patient Cory Muzzy a hug Friday at Duke Medical Center in Durham. Muzzy lost both legs and was left mostly blind after a misfire of a howitzer during a training exercise at Fort Bragg in February. The explosion also killed one of Muzzy’s comrades. He was visiting the hospital to thank the people who saved his life.
Clinical social worker Michelle Koeneke gives former patient Cory Muzzy a hug Friday at Duke Medical Center in Durham. Muzzy lost both legs and was left mostly blind after a misfire of a howitzer during a training exercise at Fort Bragg in February. The explosion also killed one of Muzzy’s comrades. He was visiting the hospital to thank the people who saved his life. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Clinical social worker Michelle Koeneke gives former patient Cory Muzzy a hug Friday at Duke Medical Center in Durham. Muzzy lost both legs and was left mostly blind after a misfire of a howitzer during a training exercise at Fort Bragg in February. The explosion also killed one of Muzzy’s comrades. He was visiting the hospital to thank the people who saved his life. cliddy@newsobserver.com

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