Oklahoma City Bombing, 20 Years Later: Survivor 'One of God's Angels That He Kept Here'

Truesdell, Jeff
April 2015
People.com;4/21/2015, pN.PAG
Injured at age 4, Nekia McCloud, now 24, is quiet but independent after starting over from a brain injury


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