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Two people have been shot in the Dorchester section of Boston. According to Boston police, two people were shot on Mt. Ida Rd. but the crime scene extends to Bowdoin Street in Boston. Both were transported to
The number of Boston bombing victims still in the hospital dropped to 19 as of Wednesday evening...That's what has happened with Celeste and Sydney Corcoran , a mother-daughter pair who ended up in the same hospital room after being struck down by
I thought I was going to die and I thought I wanted to die," she tells NPR. "I wanted to die because it hurt so bad...I hope I just die.' " But that was just a fleeting thought. "Because then almost immediately ... I think I shocked myself thinking '
EDT April 28, 2013 Veterans who lost limbs in Iraq and Afghanistan traveled to Boston to provide information and moral support to those seriously injured in the bombings. Cameron West used two hands to lift his right leg into the SUV that would take
Thirty-one victims remained hospitalized at the city's trauma centers on Thursday, including some who lost legs or feet. Sixteen people had limbs blown off in the blasts or amputated afterward, ranging in age from 7 to 71. But in a way, their cases
The couple had joined thousands of spectators in downtown Boston April 15 to watch the city's annual marathon when the first blast erupted nearby. "There was this silence that came over the crowd," she said as a plume of dust and debris enveloped
Patient Ashtin Venema, 10, of Hughson looks at a painted lady butterfly that landed on her hand during the annual butterfly release in honor of Earth Day. Patient Ashtin Venema watches a painted lady butterfly as it eats from an orange slice during
Patients who lost limbs in the Boston Marathon bombings have started using walkers to move around Boston Medical Center, met with amputee veterans and begun to prepare for prosthetic legs. The hospital treated 23 patients following the explosions,
As some people fell and others ran screaming, the man in the black cap casually walked away. Twelve seconds later, another explosion, more screams, more panicked people running. This time, a little boy, Martin Richards, 8, lay on the sidewalk,
Kaitlyn Greeley burst into tears when a car backfired the other day. She's afraid to take her usual train to her job at a Boston hospital, walking or taking cabs instead. She can't sleep. "I know this is how people live every day in other countries.