Star Student Working to Support Family Hit by Car, Loses Leg

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Eighteen-year-old Edwin Hernandez moved to the U.S. without most of his family, working 40-hour weeks to send money to his mother in Guatemala. Now the honor student is facing a challenge he never imagined: he had to have part of his leg amputated after an accident on the job. The day after Christmas, Hernandez was working a shift at Table 104 in Stamford, Connecticut, when out of nowhere, a car slammed into the restaurant, trapping him. Haiti-Born Cadet Weeps at His West Point Graduation "I was screaming, yelling, that I need help," he said. "I get trapped in the wires. And when they take me...

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