As the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev continues, more heartbreaking details of the six-year-old girl who was left dismembered in the blast have been revealed. The courageous paramedic who jumped to save little Jane Richard’s life using a stranger’s belt, left the jury stunned on March 9.
Matthew Patterson, a paramedic from Lynn Fire Department in Mass., described the horrific moment he discovered Jane Richard, now 8-years-old, in his testimony against Boston bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 21.
Martin Richard’s sister Jane, now 8 years old, has made strides in her recovery from the Boston Marathon Bombings in 2013. One year after the tragedy, Jane has embraced using a prosthetic leg, which allows her to run around and play with her friends like a normal child. Incredible.
Jane Martin, 8, is just one of the many inspiring recovery stories following the tragic Boston Marathon Bombings on April 15, 2013. Read how the sister of Martin Richard is staying positive, and embracing her new life.
Jane Richard performed the national anthem at the Boston Red Sox baseball game along with the children’s choir of St. Ann’s Catholic Church on Oct. 13. The girl lost her leg in the horrific Boston Marathon bombings, but she didn’t let her prosthetic keep her off the field!
Jane Richard, 7, tragically lost her left leg — and her older brother, Martin Richard, 8 — in Boston Marathon Bombings on Apr. 15, 2013. Jane has been recovering from her injury — and the next step in her progress was rejoining her hometown’s children’s choir. The girl sang the national anthem with other young talents at the Oct. 13 Boston Red Sox game — and led her home team to victory after her inspiring performance!
Jane Richard’s recovery is bittersweet after the loss of her brother in the same tragedy, but she is making major progress in being able to walk again. Not only is she walking, she’s back to doing what she loves — dancing.
Jane Richard, 7, tragically lost her left leg in the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings that took her 8-year-old brother Martin Richard‘s life. In a happy update to the story, Jane has been released from the hospital and is walking again with the help of a prosthetic leg. Her family has revealed wonderful updates in the girl’s recovery.
Jane Richard may have lost her leg in the bombing, but she owes her life to the heroic actions of an off-duty firefighter who raced to save her. Check out the harrowing video from the scene.
Jane Richard is a 7-year-old ballerina who tragically lost her leg in the April 15 Boston Marathon Bombing. The explosion could have taken little Jane’s life, but she was saved by a courageous off-duty firefighter who ran into the chaos to carry her to safety.