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A personality from MTV‘s popular reality show The Challenge will have to amputate his foot — and he’ll have the procedure done exactly one year to the day after the nearly lethal car accident in which it was first injured.
On March 5, 2023, Nelson Thomas was seriously maimed in a fiery car accident in Austin, Texas. After his car crashed on the highway, four good Samaritans — including Minnesota Vikings player K.J. Osborn — rushed to the scene to help. Thankfully, they were able to pull Thomas to safety from the flaming wreckage. For months after that, Thomas underwent surgeries to place rods with the shattered bones in his lower right leg in a bid to help the foot heal and recover.
But sadly, a full recovery is no longer an option. Now, Thomas is agreeing with medical recommendations, and opting to amputate his right foot. But the story actually has an inspiring turn to it, because the reality TV star is making the best of what he’s been through — and what he’s about to experience.
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On Sunday afternoon, Thomas took to Instagram to reveal the hard decision to amputate. The date on which he will have the surgery is very significant, as well. As he explained in a video posted to the social media app, he will opt for the procedure on the one-year anniversary of his car crash:
Wow! And he sounded extremely determined to make the most of it, adding:
In the post itself, Thomas shared a video montage of images from the crash and his recovery in the hospital afterwards. Along with the pictures, he played audio of a conversation between himself and his doctor. After the medical professional took the time to explain the amputation plan and the
Audible‘s Slayers: A Buffyverse Story is not moving forward with a second season.
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