Doctor shares poignant story of Boston bombing’s aftermath

Downtown Boston seemed to have been reduced to broken glass, smoke and blood.

Two explosions had rocked the Boston Marathon moments before. Dr. Christina Hernon, a volunteer that day, briskly walked through the chaos, trying to find people to help.

Through the smoke, a medical volunteer came sprinting down the street pushing a man in the wheelchair. The man had two bloody stumps where his legs had been.

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