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After We Fall

June 2nd, 2016 | NEW ORLEANS

After a week in a coma, college freshman, Brittany Grunberg, woke up to find that bacterial meningitis had barely spared her life but that it had taken both of her legs below her knees. She wasn’t angry, but she was frustrated. “A lot of people die from meningitis,” she says. “It’s such a fast disease. Everyone said, ‘You’re so lucky!’ But I lost both of my legs. I thought, ‘How can I be lucky?’”

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March 9th, 2016 | NEW ORLEANS

In a just over two weeks, thousands will be taking part in the Crescent City Classic, but two competitors will be running for a special cause. Even the loss of limbs won’t hold them back. They come from different walks of life, but they’re on a similar path.

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LaPlace’s Brittany Grunberg racing again on specially outfitted prosthetic legs

October 10th, 2015 | LAPLACE

Today marks 11 years since one local woman’s life changed. Instead of dwelling on the past, she is looking toward the future…

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New Orleans Living featuring Brittany Grunberg and Hour Blast Nola