Sharon mother learning to walk again after being struck by garbage truck
Strength, perseverance, and determination are just a few words that have been used to describe Stephanie Tubb, a supermom of three.
The 33 year-old has spent months working through rehabilitation and physical therapy after she was tragically struck by a garbage truck while walking to work as a manager at McDonald's in Sharon.
As a result of the crash, she suffered severe injuries and both of her legs are now amputated right above the knee.
On Wednesday, Tubb shared a video update on her recovery with 21 News Anchor Madison Tromler.
In the video, Tubb can be seen learning to walk with a portion of a prosthetic leg. Tubb says more height and parts will eventually be added to the leg as she learns to balance and walk again.
Click here to donate to Stephanie's Go Fund Me page.