Gold medal Paralympian and women’s safety campaigner join Order of Australia | ABC News

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Paralympian Vanessa Low has overcome tremendous adversity in her life, having both legs amputated following a train accident at just 15.

The German-born Canberran has been honoured as a world champion track athlete winning gold in Tokyo, and has now been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia.

Other recipients include women’s safety campaigner Dianne Lucas, the late disability campaigner Sue Salthouse, rugby league administrator Mark Vergano, and victims of crime supporter Kim Crimmins.

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