Rich van As, left, stands with Flippie Engelbrecht, right, who lost his hands in a fire, as he shows his new plastic hands in Cape Town, South Africa, Friday, Aug. 16, 2013. Rich van As, a South African carpenter, developed the plastic hands for the disabled making use of plastic parts at a fraction of the cost of other hand prosthesis on the market. Flippie Engelbrecht lost both hands during a epileptic fit when he fell into a fire in 2012, and was given the new plastic hands by Rich van As for free. (AP Photo/Schalk van Zuydam)
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