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July 1, 2014 at 6:00 AM

Prosthetic leg found on Washington beach returned

KINGSTON (AP) — A woman who found a prosthetic leg on a beach at Kingston has returned it to its owner.

Hannah Listle posted information on Facebook about the prosthetic she found while look for shells Sunday at Point No Point beach.

KOMO reports Megan Smith of Poulsbo gratefully claimed the leg Monday. She said she and her husband had been swimming Saturday night when she realized the leg was gone.

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