Transcript for Last Boston Marathon Victim Out of Hospital
This is a special report from ABC news. Hello everyone I'm -- right now with an ABC news digital special report the last victim of the Boston Marathon bombings. Still hospitalized is about to leave. 49 days after she lost a leg in the -- 29 year old. -- up ran up -- Towson Maryland she's thinking let's listen and. -- -- get better. -- and I'm things so. They're saying and I'm not. -- -- -- -- Stronger and stand -- Part time. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Want to show not. -- -- -- America. So Erica had severe injuries to both -- -- she actually. Dramatic amputation of one of them that no one was very severe. So long. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Procedures. -- -- -- -- Come along -- ahead this is certainly not over. -- That remains. -- may require further. Sure you know. We train for this kind of situation. We're very closely. Its main street. I'll -- you never. Know. -- I'm very proud of all -- Yeah. Sure that I know. -- myself in. I'm staying positive. -- -- Now in an. Now yeah. Care here. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I'm tired and -- the last victim of the Boston Marathon bombings leave the hospital. Braddock and her sister who suffered two broken legs -- at the finish line waiting for their mother to complete the race. When the bombs went off -- lost one leg in the blast but doctors were able to save her other leg after ten surgeries. She now says -- will return to her job teaching kids and will continue with her therapy she -- she would like to pay forward all the lives she felt from completes. Rangers on the day of the bombings. And in the days following I'm Tanya Rivero in New York in this has been an ABC news digital special report. This has been a special report from me.
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