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Prosthetics in Haiti | Emmanuelle Lundy

  • Emmanuelle Lundy is back home at her uncle's home. She is thankful for her new prosthetic limb and looks forward to getting back to work. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy, right, walks without any support for visitors as they are amazed by her quick progress. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy walks across the Medishare facility. It is important for amputee patients to get on their feet quickly so that adjustments can be made prior from being discharged. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy walks across the Medishare facility. It is important for amputee patients to get on their feet quickly so that adjustments can be made prior from being discharged. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy sits as while Adam Finnieston, right, and Dr. Bob Gaily, center, adjusts her prosthetic limb. Dr. Gaily jokes with Lundy about her "star power." CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy sits as while Adam Finnieston and Dr. Bob Gaily fit her prosthetic limb (center on the ground) . CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy rest as while Adam Finnieston and Dr. Bob Gaily fit her prosthetic limb. The limb on the left belongs to Wilfed Macena. Her limb on the right is waiting for readjustment. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy smiles after receiving her prosthetic leg and is able to walk unassisted after a day of receive it. Student and Digicel employee Lundy, 27, got a new prosthetic limb with the help of University of Miami's professor Dr. Bob Gaily. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy smiles after receiving her prosthetic leg and is able to walk unassisted after a day of receive it. She hopes to regain her swagger. Student and Digicel employee Lundy, 27, got a new prosthetic limb with the help of University of Miami's professor Dr. Bob Gaily. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Former pro baseball player and UM alumnus Adam Finnieston, right, makes some adjustments to Emmanuelle Lundy's, center, prosthetic limb prior to the fitting. On the right corner is Wilfred Macena , 25, who is also being fitted with a prosthetic leg. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy rest as while Adam Finnieston and Dr. Bob Gaily fit her prosthetic limb. The limb on the left belongs to Wilfed Macena. Her limb on the right is waiting for readjustment. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Former pro baseball player and UM alumus Adam Finnieston heats up Emmanuelle Lundy's prosthetic limb with a heat gun. CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Former pro-baseball player and UM alumus Adam Finnieston cools down Emmanuelle Lundy's prosthetic limb with help of the air condition vent. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Former pro baseball player and UM alumus Adam Finnieston cools down Emmanuelle Lundy's prosthetic limb with help from the air condition vent. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy arrives to visit Dr. Bob Gaily as he works with her friend Wilfred Macena, 25. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy smiles as Adam Finnieston makes some adjustments to her prosthetic limb. Student and Digicel employee Lundy, 27, got a new prosthetic limb with the help of University of Miami's professor Dr. Bob Gaily. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy rest as while Adam Finnieston and Dr. Bob Gaily fit her prosthetic limb. The limb on the left belongs to Wilfed Macena. Her limb on the right is waiting for readjustment. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy gets her composure as while Adam Finnieston, left, fits her prosthetic limb. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Wilfred Macena, right, has therapy with Dr. Bob Gaily, center, after being fitted with a new prosthetic limb. Emmanuelle Lundy, left, and Mike Corcoran, look on. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy, center, walks with Dr. Bob Gaily,left, right, as he instructs her how to walk with the new limb. Student and Digicel employee Lundy, 27, after being fitted with a new prosthetic leg with the help of University of Miami's professor Dr. Gaily. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy, center, breaks into laughter of joy after successfully, walking with help of a cane and her friend, Wilfred Macena, 25, left. Dr. Bob Gaily, back right, and interpreter ( prosthetist in training) Cedieu Fortilus both smile in amazement as both amputees are able to walk after just hours of receiving their prosthetic limbs. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy, center,smiles after successfully, walking with help of a cane and her friend, Wilfred Macena, 25, left. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Emmanuelle Lundy smiles after receiving her prosthetic leg and is able to walk unassisted after a day of receive it. She stand without assistance of a cane. CARL JUSTE/ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF