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Alison Lloyd bell -- smiles as she runs -- -- so as this marks mile thirteen.
Hundred -- the -- hurt you know I once had a soft patch.
I was really hard I mean -- season takes.
-- has been on a cross country run -- since April 22.
-- want started in Galveston Texas.
Texas Oklahoma Kansas up -- hazard at Iowa and sentiments.
Her journey now an incredible feat considering all that's happened to her.
Since she was in a car accident back in 2008.
I was there and it and a guy.
Was going to more than highway speed which I was in the -- I must admit -- -- he didn't break this temperature like -- A dissected carotid artery was a major concern for -- She was only born with one of the usual two after the accident Alley had a stroke and was left with three traumatic brain injury.
So whiplash actually it probably.
Trade and the track for injuries and possibly about Kepler stroke and a frontal portion of my friend.
-- underwent surgery a month after the accident and took a year off the -- Writing is her passion.
My doctor doctor -- had said to me you know I really want to see in their run again.
You see the same year of the accident -- was ready to try out for the Boston Marathon so after her recovery she started running again.
In between runs as she visit her doc.
And I handed in my in my metal from -- -- and he was like and I couldn't.
And so when I handed him a ten K academic experience that wouldn't you have -- And ready to take on a mission -- paid for everything but her clothes and water for this run -- even bought this RD with the support of her husband today.
Who helped keep the stalkers away.
I just kept I kept really closed -- kept -- an -- -- -- -- through to the end her mission to raise awareness and empower other stroke and brain injuries suffers.
Is complete for now.
It would be nice to be kind of fun to go to Belfort migrant -- stroke and try to -- affection I -- the face about make great.
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