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'Superhero' home from Afghanistan donates liver to nephew
Trevor Hill, a Green Beret in the Army, has been deployed to combat zones five times and expected to die when his jeep rolled over and caught fire.
Two of his comrades died instantly. Hill was rescued and has wanted to pay back by giving life. Twelve years later, he paid that debt with a piece of his liver. He became a living liver transplant donor to his nephew, Hudson, just one-years old. Trevor Hill underwent surgery at UW Medical Center and 15 percent of his liver was bagged and boxed for Hudson's surgery, just two miles away at Seattle Children's.