ALBANY, NY --A young girl in New York now owns a "Frozen"-themed item that's completely unique to her: a prosthetic arm.
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Karissa Mitchell was born without a right hand. Now 9 years old, she recently received a prosthetic made with a 3-D printer. Students at Siena College helped make the prosthetic, which features themed elements from the hit Disney film, local station WTEN reports.
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It took about 30 hours to print and includes about 30 pieces.
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