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Walking tall

QUADRUPLE amputee Corinne Hutton walks a mile through the centre of Glasgow just nine months after losing her hands and feet to septicaemia.

She was joined by 30 pupils from Lochwinnoch Primary School, including her five-year-old son Rory, for the walk in aid of the charity Finding Your Feet, which she set up to raise money to buy prosthetics for her and other patients. Ms Hutton, 43, of Renfrewshire, is a former marathon runner who developed septicaemia after a cough turned into double acute pneumonia.

Picture: Martin Shields.

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