Paralysed woman continues London Marathon with bionic legs

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12 days after the London Marathon ended for thousands of competitors, a paralysed woman in a bionic suit is still on the course trying to complete it.

After losing the use of her legs in a horse riding accident six years ago, Claire Lomas has spent the past three months training using a robotic walking suit.

Lomas is raising money for Spinal Research.

Sophie Raworth reports.

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