From The Oregonian

Chrissy © Randy L. Rasmussen/The Oregonian

Chrissy’s new face (prosthetic) © Randy L. Rasmussen/The Oregonian



“An accidental shotgun blast blew away much of Chrissy Steltz’s face in 1999, when she was 16. Now, 11 years and nearly two dozen surgeries later, she has a new silicone “face” to match her original eyes, nose and cheeks. Follow her journey toward a new face.”

This is a remarkable story. Recorded beautifully, sensitively, and delivered in an interactive format that is very compelling. An astonishing young woman. Make some time today to look at this.

Photos and video by Randy L. Rasmussen

Story by Don Colburn

Website by Ed Madrid

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