Boy raises £1m walking 10km on prosthetic legs
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Tony Hudgell raises £1m walking 10km on prosthetic legs

A five-year-old boy who had both of his legs amputated has raised more than £1m for the hospital that saved his life.

Tony Hudgell, from Kings Hill in Kent, needed the surgery because he was abused by his biological parents as a baby.

He walked every day in June on his new prosthetic legs, reaching his target of 10km.

  • 01 Jul 2020
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