A windowe cleaner who lost his arm in a horror road smash has
designed his own wooden replacement.
Tim Madison says he now feels "whole again" for the first time since
the crash near Eastbourne in February last year.
Doctors were forced to amputate Mr Madison's left arm after the
accident, leaving the 47-year-old "mourning" his lost limb for more
than a year. So he hired private firm Pace Rehabilitation to help him
come up with an "old school" new arm.
'Different' Mr Madison, who lives in Eastbourne, said: "Being a
self-employed window cleaner, a keen runner and regular gym user,
losing my arm completely turned my world upside-down.
"Pace told me I could basically have whatever I wanted as a
replacement, which was brilliant. I know the wooden arm looks a
little bit different but I'm really pleased with it.
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