Mail man who lost his legs in work accident returns to new job at post office in Erie, PA

August 1996
Jet;08/12/96, Vol. 90 Issue 13, p38
Reports on the return to duty of Ron Holman, a mail carrier in Erie, Pennsylvania, who lost both his legs in an accident while on duty. Preference to return to work over passively collecting disability compensation; Use of artificial legs.


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