Boston MArathon

Boston MArathon

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  • Meet Jenny Chung; athlete, teacher and friend to many.
  • I can and will finish this! Only 1 mile to go!
  • Boston Marathon: April 15th, 2013!
  • Shortly after Jenny crossed the finish line, a bomb exploded and thousands of runners got injured. Unfortunately, Jenny was one of those runners.
  • OMG! I hope that women is okay...
  • OUCH!
  • Oh Jenny!!! I Should have known you were in trouble when you did not call me back. You need to get to the hospital right away!
  • Jenny's friend, Matt comes to the scene and realizes Jenny is in trouble. He calls an ambulance to rush her to the hospital.
  • Were taking her over to Boston Medical Center. You can meet us there shortly if you would like to see her.
  • That is such great news to hear! Thanks Doc!
  • I have good news!! We were successful in getting the metal out of Jenny's chest. She should recover physically within a few weeks.
  • Now that Jenny is recovered physically from her accident, she is now focusing on her mental health. She is attending therapy weekly, as well as yoga and hanging out with friends for extra support.
  • I am feeling great and better then ever. I have so much support from everyone. This bombing really brought me closer together with my family and friends.
  • How have you been feeling lately?
  • Nowadays, Jenny has her life back to normal. She says that it is even better then before because of all the new support she received throughout the process.
  • April 15th was an unforgettable. However, I am forever grateful to have friends like you that helped me recover.
  • I am glad I could help.
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