Toran Gaal, a former Oakhurst, Calif. resident, lost both legs to an IED while serving as a Marine in Afghanistan. Now, he is nearing the end of a cross-country handcycle trip that started in San Diego on June 1 and will end at the Arlington National Cemetery. Photo taken in Charlottesville, Va., on July 10, 2015.
Toran Gaal, a former Oakhurst, Calif. resident, lost both legs to an IED while serving as a Marine in Afghanistan. Now, he is nearing the end of a cross-country handcycle trip that started in San Diego on June 1 and will end at the Arlington National Cemetery. Photo taken in Charlottesville, Va., on July 10, 2015. Michael Doyle McClatchy
Toran Gaal, a former Oakhurst, Calif. resident, lost both legs to an IED while serving as a Marine in Afghanistan. Now, he is nearing the end of a cross-country handcycle trip that started in San Diego on June 1 and will end at the Arlington National Cemetery. Photo taken in Charlottesville, Va., on July 10, 2015. Michael Doyle McClatchy

Wounded Marine veteran wheels his way across the country

July 13, 2015 02:58 PM

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