Lonnie Wimmer recognized the symptoms, and he took action.
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He uses military training to improve the lives of U.S. veterans.
He ran about half a block before turning around.
"The soles were completely gone. His toes literally touched the ground."
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As a scientist, explorer and conservationist, I have spent much of my professional life in the rainforests of the world trying to understand and preserve these incredible and irreplaceable ecosystems. To many it seems unusual that a former NFL cheerleader would choose to go and live in some of the most remote places on earth and brave all the undeniable challenges and occasional dangers of living in a tropical rain forest.
“I looked over and I think my nursing instincts took over and I bolted over to the bench to see if she was all right."
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