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Family Hears Late Loved One’s Voice Again Thanks to Electrician
An electrician, Lars Robins, restored an old electronic recording of a woman's mother reading the animated version of Frosty the Snowman to her when she was young. The circuitry had corroded over time, but Robins managed to fix it and bring back precious memories for Linda Swartz. This act of kindness serves as a reminder that preserving sentimental items can have a profound impact on people's lives, and it highlights the joy that comes from helping others in unique ways.
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Parker Byrd Made History as the First Division I Baseball Player With a Prosthetic Leg
A college sophomore with a prosthetic leg made history by playing in a NCAA Division I baseball game. Parker Byrd, 20, drew a walk in his first at-bat for East Carolina University against Rider University. Byrd overcame a boating accident that led to the partial amputation of one leg and received support from paramedics, family, and community. ECU coach Cliff Godwin praised Byrd's determination and performance after the Pirates' 16-2 victory.