Wounded warrior helps mend minds through mentorship and music

PORTLAND, Tenn. (WKRN) – Army Sergeant Stephanie Vazquez served her country where she gave her heart, soul and body. Part of her leg was amputated after being injured in a shootout overseas. Now, on the road in Portland, she shares the peace she finds here with the children of fallen teammates.

“I’m really focused on building farms for the kids out here because I know these animals have been therapeutic for me. And to this day, they’ve loved them,” said Vazquez.

The teenagers traveled around the country with their stories.

https://www.wkrn.com/news/local-news/wounded-warrior-helps-mend-minds-through-mentorship-and-music/ Wounded warrior helps mend minds through mentorship and music

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