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Fire pokers help Jacko give back to RCH

AFTER breaking his leg a couple of years ago, Jacko Whyte has decided to give back to the people who did so much for him during his time of need.

After Jacko suffered his leg injury, he was in desperate need of medical assistance which saw him air-lifted to the Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH).

The team at the RCH provided him with the best medical care available and as a result saved his leg from a possible amputation.

Now the Baimbridge College student wants to give back and is doing so through a school project.

Making fire pokers at school, Jacko is selling his finished products for $25 apiece, with all profits being passed on to the RCH.

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