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This is the first time Tamesha Simmons has walked in nearly a decade. She was recently given two prosthetic legs after a blood flow issue that resulted in a double amputation. Tamesha is one of many teens who got all glammed up for the dance at the Child Life Zone at the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. That night, teens forgot they were at the hospital and instead got to have fun. InsideEdition.com's Leigh Scheps has more.
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