Amputation was 'the 'least' of Bushra Saeed's injuries
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The Globe and Mail
Bushra Saeed, then 25, was a policy analyst with Canada's Department of Foreign Affairs - a job she'd wanted since high school after attending an anti-landmine fundraiser. Ms. Saeed sustained the most severe injuries of all the survivors, including a right leg that had to be amputated at the knee, a shredded lower left leg, and a ruptured gall bladder.