Dani hugs Cpl. Ryan Fackey of Hamilton, Ohio, before Fackey is wheeled back to the operating room for his kidney to be removed.  Daniundra Jones, 15, of Columbia received Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2009, a new kidney from Iraq war veteran Marine Cpl. Ryan Fackey of Hamilton, Ohio, stationed at MCAS Beaufort as an aircraft mechanic.  The surgeries at Medical University of South Carolina to remove Fackey's kidney and implant it into Jones took about three hours each.
Dani hugs Cpl. Ryan Fackey of Hamilton, Ohio, before Fackey is wheeled back to the operating room for his kidney to be removed. Daniundra Jones, 15, of Columbia received Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2009, a new kidney from Iraq war veteran Marine Cpl. Ryan Fackey of Hamilton, Ohio, stationed at MCAS Beaufort as an aircraft mechanic. The surgeries at Medical University of South Carolina to remove Fackey's kidney and implant it into Jones took about three hours each.
Dani hugs Cpl. Ryan Fackey of Hamilton, Ohio, before Fackey is wheeled back to the operating room for his kidney to be removed. Daniundra Jones, 15, of Columbia received Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2009, a new kidney from Iraq war veteran Marine Cpl. Ryan Fackey of Hamilton, Ohio, stationed at MCAS Beaufort as an aircraft mechanic. The surgeries at Medical University of South Carolina to remove Fackey's kidney and implant it into Jones took about three hours each.

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