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Kare 11: Wiggle Your Toes’ helps bombing victims heal

By KARE 11,


MINNEAPOLIS — A year after the terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon, a team ran to benefit a Minneapolis-based non profit called “Wiggle Your Toes.” The non-profit helps people who have lost limbs return to a normal life, and they[…]

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Kare 11: 2014 Eleven Who Care Honoree: Aaron Holm

By Kare 11,


After losing both of his legs in a terrible accident in 2007, Aaron Holm and his family knew that life would change and the word “normal” would be redefined. Little did he know that his new normal would mean getting[…]

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KSTP 5: Minnesotans show support, donate after Boston Bombing

By Maricella Miranda, KSTP


Miles away, Minnesotans are showing support for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings by wearing black laces in their running shoes and T-shirts from other races. Rachel Radabaugh Eichhorst, of Wilmar, Minn., said she decided to show her support Tuesday[…]

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WNEP 16 Pennsylvania: Local Amputees raise money for Boston

By Stacy Lange, WNEP


SCRANTON — Organizers of an annual event for amputees say they were affected by the stories and images of the victims in Boston. So much so, that they decided to turn this year’s event into a fundraiser for the bombing[…]

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FOX 9: Local Runners send support to Boston Marathon victims

By Scott Wasserman, KMSP-TV


RICHFIELD, Minn. (KMSP) – Boston bombing victims are getting help from a man who knows firsthand what the amputees are going through. Aaron Holm, founder of Wiggle Your Toes, and his team just returned home after spending two days with[…]

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KARE 11: Organization Helps Boston Victims with Limb Loss

By Staff, KARE, KARE 11


GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. – More than a dozen victims of the Boston Marathon bombings lost limbs in the attack. Their lives are now completely different, and there are going to be some significant changes in the way they do any activities[…]

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