How A Teenage Shark-Attack Survivor Became An Advocate For Amputees
Hunter Treschl was in North Carolina with his family last year when a shark attacked him and he had to have his arm amputated.By Katherine Biek | July 20, 2016
"There's no use in me just moping and complaining. Because it's not going to bring back my arm," Hunter Treschl said.
Hunter Treschl was attacked by a shark while vacationing with his family in North Carolina in June 2015. His left arm was later amputated.
"It kind of hit my arm. That was the first time I saw it — when it was biting up my left arm," Treschl said while recovering at New Hanover Regional Medical Center.