Daybreak South | Dec 20, 2012 | 4:54

Memorable stories of 2012: Bob and the Barber's bionic chair

We've been looking back at some of the most memorial stories we've covered in 2012. In June, reporter Brady Strachan went to Enderby to meet 'Bob the Barber,' and check out his new high-tech chair which allowed him to work again after a double leg amputation.

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