August 6, 2017
Hannah Campbell, 33, from Northampton, was injured in Basra in 2007
Blast left her with serious abdomen injuries, and a leg amputation followed
The former Army lance corporal defied the odds to have a second child
Despite her traumatic experience she says she's most proud of surviving PTSD
A mother-of-two who lost her leg an a mortar attack in Iraq says she's more proud of surviving PTSD than the blast that claimed her limb.
Former Army lance corporal Hannah Campbell, from Northampton, was given just a one in ten chance of surviving the horrific injuries she sustained after being buried alive in the 2007 Basra attack.
But the 33-year-old amputee, who has since battled suicide and post-traumatic stress disorder, now sees her scars as a 'badge of honour'.
She told the Sunday People: 'I don’t see these things as flaws any more, I see them as a part of my history and part of me.'
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