In 1992, Paul Ellis suffered a spinal injury after a fall, leaving him unable to stand for more than a few minutes. Over a decade later, Ellis needed to have both legs amputated for increased mobility. Despite his condition, the 56-year-old man from Widnes, Chesire recently completed a crawl to the summit of Snowdon in 13 hours. His wish was to raise funds for amputee children and instill confidence in them. Ellis said the generosity of hikers passing by encouraged him. "People are so generous, I ran out of water twice and people gave me water and food as well," said Ellis. After spending the night at the summit, members from the charity Amp Camp brought his prosthetic legs and helped him make the descent down.

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