Mountain climber, autobiographer, motivational speaker
According to Wikipedia,
Aron Lee Ralston is an American outdoorsman, mechanical engineer and motivational speaker known for surviving a canyoneering accident by cutting off part of his right arm. On April 26, 2003, during a solo descent of Bluejohn Canyon in southeastern Utah, he dislodged a boulder, pinning his right wrist to the side of the canyon wall. After five days, he had to break his forearm in order to amputate with a dull pocket knife to break free, make his way through the rest of the canyon, rappel down a drop, and hike to safety.
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