Scott Rigsby counsels amputees and teaches them to overcome their fears. He was nearing the finish line during the Boston Marathon on Monday when the bombs exploded. He has since visited the victims who lost limbs in the blast. Rigsby tells Anderson Cooper how he defined his new normal as a double amputee, and how he helps others do the same.
To learn more about his campaign to help victims of the Boston attack, visit his organization's site: http://www.scottrigsbyfoundation.org/
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