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Topic - Chazray Clark
It took a medevac unit 59 minutes to get U.S. Army Spec. Chazray Clark to a hospital in southern Afghanistan after receiving a call that a roadside bombing severed three of his limbs. Clark did not survive.
"He might be an amputee with three prosthetic limbs, but he would be here," said Ms. Clark, who has been writing letters to the military and lawmakers.
"On the video, it didn't seem like there was fighting going on," she said, questioning why an escort was needed at all.