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Parkland Teen Celebrates' shrapnel Free & # 39; Face 3 months after shooting



Three months after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, Samantha Fuentes has taken an important step in her recovery.

On Saturday, the Mother Superior shared a triumphant photograph of herself in a tweet announcing that the last shrapnel in her face had been removed.

"Notwithstanding the fact that I look like I lost a fight, inwardly I win," she tweeted with a photo showing her face battered and partially connected. "I've been trying so hard to love my face again, thanks for all your support."

The attack left a bullet wound in the thigh and shrapnel in the legs and face. Days after the attack, she told CNN that the shrapnel in her face would stay there permanently.

"Removing them would be more invasive than leaving them," she said.

  Fuentes speaks during the march for our life rally on March 24 in Washington

Despite her injuries, Fuentes delivered a rousing speech at the March rally the following month for our lives in Washington, in which she set herself on stage threw.

"I have committed myself on international television and it feels great!" She announced seconds later.

Fuentes went on to lead the crowd by singing "Happy Birthday" for one of the victims, her classmate Nick Dworet, who would have turned 18 that day. 19659012] (function (d, s, id) {
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