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How 2 surgeons, bomb expert saved a soldier with a grenade in his torso

How 2 surgeons, bomb expert saved a soldier with a grenade in his torso

Health
It was a sunny spring day in eastern Afghanistan on March 16, 2006, when U.S. army soldiers in the Alpha Company headed out on patrol into the heart of Taliban country. Capt. Billy Mariani, Private Channing Moss and Staff Sgt. Eric Wynn were part of a convoy on the move, with Moss manning a gun in the vehicle. Also on the Humvee with them was an army medic named Jared Angell, whom the men called simply, “Doc.” Watch the full story on "20/20: The Good Doctors: Brilliance and Bravery," Wednesday, Sept. 13 at 10 p.m. on ABC. As the convoy entered a narrow stream bed, surrounded by higher ground, Wynn said suddenly there was a “pop.” “We’re under attack,” Moss said. “We just got ambushed.” The men got into position as bullets cut through the air; the bullets then became rocket-propelled gr
Metal attached to headless torso of woman

Metal attached to headless torso of woman

World
The torso of a Swedish journalist found in waters southwest of Copenhagen was intentionally weighed down with a piece of metal, Danish police have said.Kim Wall's body was discovered attached to a piece of metal "likely with the purpose to make it sink", said Copenhagen police chief Jens Moeller Jensen.Earlier, investigators confirmed the torso belonged to the reporter who had been missing for nearly two weeks.The 30-year-old had not been seen since she was spotted on a 60ft homemade submarine on 10 August with Danish inventor Peter Madsen, who built the sub Nautilus.The freelance journalist had met with Madsen to interview him for a feature story she was writing.Image:Ms Wall was last seen aboard Peter Madsen's submarine on 10 AugustA torso missing its head, legs and arms was discovered i...