Dad Who Made A Bionic Arm For His Son Makes Another One For A Little Girl He Saw On Facebook
April 10, 2018
Six-year-old Keira Campbell was born without a left hand. She was told by doctors that a prosthetic limb wouldn't be suitable.
When Callum Miller heard her story on Facebook, he offered to help.
Miller made a robotic hand for his 10-year-old son Jamie earlier this year with a 3D printer.
And in a heartwarming act, he has now designed one for little Keira.
"She can now hold stuff properly which she couldn't before, she's loving it. She's becoming more independent," Kiera's mom, Nikki, told Gazette Live.
"She's getting used to using it day by day and she can put it on herself now and she was using it to drink a milkshake. She's becoming more independent and I just can't thank Callum enough for what he has done.
"I've never seen her this excited to go back to school," she said.
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