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Boston, Massachusetts / Marathon Bombing / Bauman Interview #1060188

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 10, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The court appearance by Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev noted; courtroom sketches by Art Lien shown; photos shown of MIT police officers outside the court to honor fallen officer Sean Collier. Interview held with victim Jeff Bauman††, who lost both legs in the attack; photo shown of Bauman with his rescuer, Carlos Arredondo††. [BAUMAN - talks about flashbacks; recalls seeing one of the Tsarnaev brothers before the explosion; says he is glad they didn’t injure more people; explains how he avoids replaying it; says he wants to help people.] Bauman’s reunion with Arredondo noted.
Williams, Brian

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