Two years ago Daniel Hamberg was a Colerain High School student. Today the 20 year old is in his second month of recovery at a Maryland military hospital after being seriously injured in truck crash in Afghanistan. Daniel's body was literally ripped in half underneath his skin. Doctors say he's a medical miracle and should not have survived. Not only has he survived, but he could be walking in four months. Thanks to radio talk show host Bill Cunningham he's recieved an estimated 1000 cards and letters from people all over the country. Cunningham has adopted Daniel and his family over the airwaves. The show host isn't asking for money he's only asking that listeners send letters and cards. Daniel will be coming home for a one month visit in early August. His recovery could take more than a year. If you'd like to send something to the injured marine there are two ways to help. Send letters to: Daniel Hamburg, C/O The Collins Family, 3790 Sagebrush Lane, Colerain Township, 45251. Or donations to offset medical bills can be made at any Tri-State US Bank branch.
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