Almost six months since the homemade bombs filled with nails, shards of metal and pellets exploded into crowds of spectators near the Boston Marathon finish line, local victim Erika Brannock began walking again. STORY: http://bsun.md/erikabrannock (Barbara Haddock Taylor/The Baltimore Sun) #bostonstrong #bostonmarathon #towson #baltimore @boston
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  • baltimoresunAlmost six months since the homemade bombs filled with nails, shards of metal and pellets exploded into crowds of spectators near the Boston Marathon finish line, local victim Erika Brannock began walking again. STORY: http://bsun.md/erikabrannock (Barbara Haddock Taylor/The Baltimore Sun) #bostonstrong #bostonmarathon #towson #baltimore @boston

  • darickdouglasI didn't know there was a local victim. Stay strong
  • tdesh10Oh wow.
  • baltimoresun@darickdouglas Erika was a preschool teacher in Towson at the time of the bombings. Our reporter Yvonne Wenger has followed her journey to recovery since the day after the bombings. More at bsun.md/erikabrannock.
  • sarab_vsgJust perfect storytelling, @baltimoresun. Well done. #bostonstrong
  • ___breGod bless!
  • stansav0914Stay strong Erika :)
  • karissamariiHang in there, Erika! Sending so many well wishes your way
  • papi_watkinsYou can do it. You may have lost your leg but your will is stronger. This is another challenge of life, meet it. Defeat it!
  • jennjmu04Beautiful, stay strong girl!
  • jackkie760Stay strong. God bless
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