Boston bombing victim reunites with her life-savers

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April 25, 2013, 6:22 am
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(NECN) - Victoria McGrath says she was five feet away from the first bomb when it went off.
While recovering from a leg injury at Tufts Medical Center, she was able to meet the people who helped save her.
Bruce Mendelson was the first to reach Victoria, and used a t-shirt to tie a tourniquet on her left leg.
Victoria also met the firefighter who carried her to a medical tent, and the man who helped calm her down when she was hysterical.

For more on her reunion with those who saved her in a time of crisis, watch the attached video.

Tags: bombing, Boston Marathon, victim, Victoria McGrath
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