Dan Horkey knows what it is like to have your self-esteem ripped from you. (Press Release)
Dan Horkey knows what it is like to have your self-esteem ripped from you.
At age 21, he was in a motorcycle accident. His ankle was shattered so badly, he had to have his leg amputated below the knee. He spent years embarrassed about wearing a prosthetic limb.
"I never wore shorts," Horkey, now 45 said. "I was very self-conscious and didn't want anyone to see my leg."
Twenty-four years later, Horkey has come full circle. For starters, he created a tattoo for his prosthetic.
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