He was called the "little monster"...Brit soldier who raised £140,000 to help pay for life-changing

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A former soldier who helped a boy with a rare facial cleft has become the first British citizen to receive a humanitarian award in Serbia.
Wayne Ingram, from Weymouth, raised £140,000 for the boy who he first met on Army patrol in Bosnia 14 years ago.
Stefan Savic, now 18, has undergone a series of operations and has since made a full recovery.
Mr Ingram, a South Western Ambulance paramedic, said receiving the award was a "humbling and memorable experience".

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