Extreme Nutrition raises money for UND student who lost limbs

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A couple weeks ago KX News reported on a train incident that left a University of North Dakota student severely injured.

As a result, 21-year-old, Jacob Huber, had to get one of his arms and legs amputated. One Bismarck business is hosting a fundraiser to help Huber’s family pay for his medical bills.

Extreme Nutrition is giving $2 to every membership sold today and tomorrow to the Huber family. The protein shake and tea store says they get a lot of customers from St. Mary’s High School, where Huber graduated from.

Owner of Extreme Nutrition, Shawnee Muller, says this is why they wanted to get involved and help the family out.

“It’s just good to give back to somebody that is in our home community and I think he came over here him and his girlfriend. I remember them. And he needs it more than we do right now,” says Muller.

Muller says they don’t have a certain goal they want to raise, but encourages everyone to come out so they can give the Huber’s as much money as they can.
 

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