A Paralympian who competed at London 2012, thanks to a Londoner, has had a hero's welcome on his return home to Haiti.
Two years ago, Leon Gaysil lost everything in the Haiti earthquake.
His eight children and his wife died.
He survived, but with severe injuries.
As he recovered, Leon set himself the goal of taking part in London 2012.
This report from Rags Martel.
All Haiti material supplied free of charge and cleared for use by Carwyn Hill/Haiti Hospital Appeal.
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