Aimee Copeland, a Snellville native who four years ago survived a battle with flesh-eating bacteria and subsequent amputations following an accident from a homemade... Aimee Copeland shares her story at Gwinnett graduation

Aimee Copeland, a Snellville native who four years ago survived a battle with flesh-eating bacteria and subsequent amputations following an accident from a homemade zip line, offered a message of compassion to graduates at Georgia Gwinnett College.

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