Boston Marathon bombing survivors learn how to run again

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October 7, 2013, 5:59 am
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(NECN) - More than 60 amputees, including victims of the Boston Marathon bombings learned how to run again.
In a clinic at Harvard University Sunday, several victims of the Apr. 15 explosions were trying to run on new prosthetic legs.
Heather Abbott lost part of her left leg in the explosion.
Now she's just trying to figure out how far she can run.

Tags: run, Boston Marathon, survivors, therapy, Bombings, prosthetics
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