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Plastic surgeon donating services to help girl who was asked to leave Mississippi KFC

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Mississippi girl who was asked to leave a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant is getting medical help through the kindness of strangers.

Frank Stile, a doctor who practices in Las Vegas, flew to Mississippi Saturday to meet with Victoria Wilcher and her family. The 3-year-old is scarred from a pit bull attack that happened in April.

Victoria's story went viral after her family said she was asked to leave a KFC because of her scars.

Stile, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon, was so touched by the three-year-old's story, he is offering his services for free.

"I saw Victoria's story on the news and social media and I was just very affected by it," Stile said.

KFC has already agreed to donate $30,000 towards Victoria's medical bills after reports that she was asked to leave a KFC by an employee because her face was "disturbing."

The toddler lost an eye and suffered a broken jaw, broken ribs and several puncture wounds after she was attacked by three pit bulls in April. She has scars on her face and wears a cartoon-decorated eye patch.

Stile isn't the only person helping. He says a doctor in Florida is giving Victoria a prosthetic eye.


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