Amputee war vet will climb Mt. Washington

12/26/2012 | New York Post

Amputee Keith Zeier will use a custom-made prosthesis to climb New Hampshire’s Mt. Washington in January. The trek is intended to raise money and awareness for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, which aids families of soldiers injured or killed in combat. Zeier lost his leg from injuries he received as an elite Marine in Iraq.

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