Dominic Szymanski, Barrington boy who lost foot in accident, returns to school
May 14, 2013 (BARRINGTON, Ill.) (WLS) -- A Barrington boy who lost a foot when he was struck by a train will return to Hough Street School on a limited basis.
On Tuesday, he surprised classmates during a school assembly.
The Daily Herald provided photos of 11-year-old Dominic Szymanski's return.
He's using crutches but is scheduled to be fit for a prosthetic Thursday.
The boy thanked everyone for their thoughts, prayers and gifts during his recovery.
Szymanski was struck by a train in downtown Barrington in March.
You can read more about this story in the Wednesday edition of The Daily Herald.
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