CHICOPEE, Mass. (Mass Appeal) - Unfortunately many of the 170 victims of the Boston Marathon bombings lost their limbs in the attack. But one organization is working to help those victims readjust to life and cope with both the physical and emotional changes they experienced after losing a limb.
Steve Chamberland, the CEO of 50legs.org and Tanner Kuth a soldier who just returned from Afghanistan, shared more about how they plan to help the victims in Boston.
We also spoke with Dale Maybury, the uncle of Jeff Bauman, the same man whose image was seen across the world in an Associated Press photo of him being whisked in a wheelchair by a stranger in a cowboy hat, and may have helped authorities identify one of the suspects.
Charity Golf Tournament
All proceeds benefit the Boston Marathon bombing victims
Saturday, June 1st
East Mountain Golf Course
1458 E. Mountain Road
For more information visit 50Legs.org