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A little more detail at this link:https://hellogiggles.com/news/girls-graduation-cap-missing-leg/
Thank you, Dan. I've boosted the link up to the main post. (Since age 4 - imagine how many legs she's gone through in that time...)
Apparently she spent last year exploring Europe:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-4674500/Amputee-Devon-Gallagher-chalking-bucketlist-trips.htmlWherein we learn:(a) "I was born with a congenital bone disease which created a 'false joint' in my right tibia, rendering my foot useless," said Devon. "Doctors tried to save my leg, but after several unsuccessful surgeries, they decided to amputate my foot when I was four to let me lead a normal life with a prosthetic."and (b)"I get a new leg every two years and get to choose what design I have, one day I had a sudden thought to get a chalkboard," said Devon.So given that she is 24 now (23 at the time of the 2nd article's publication) one assumes she has gone through ten legs since age four : )