Chimp attack victim moved to Boston

The Stamford woman who was mauled by a chimp last year has been transferred to Boston to continue her rehabilitation.Charla Nash was left without her

STAMFORD - The Stamford woman who was mauled by a chimp last year has been transferred to Boston to continue her rehabilitation.

Charla Nash was left without her eyes, hands and most of her face after the vicious attack by her friend's chimp.

She had been at Ohio's Cleveland Clinic recovering since the attack.

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