In this undated image from television provided by KEYT-TV teen Alyssa Nuno pauses during a television interview. Nuno, who was badly injured when a microburst hit a Santa Barbara beach last summer, is making progress after nearly two months in a hospital.
In this undated image from television provided by KEYT-TV teen Alyssa Nuno pauses during a television interview. Nuno, who was badly injured when a microburst hit a Santa Barbara beach last summer, is making progress after nearly two months in a hospital. KEYT-TV via AP)
In this undated image from television provided by KEYT-TV teen Alyssa Nuno pauses during a television interview. Nuno, who was badly injured when a microburst hit a Santa Barbara beach last summer, is making progress after nearly two months in a hospital. KEYT-TV via AP)

Girl recovering from Santa Barbara microburst injuries

November 10, 2017 11:52 AM

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