Adams loses left leg
Posted: Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Adams loses left leg
Twelve days after he was given an artificial, mechanical heart, Akeem Adams has lost his left leg
AKEEM LOSES LEG
BREAKING NEWS: ADAMS LOSES LEFT LEG IN LIFE SAVING SURGERY
I WILL WAIT AND SEE
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