Nashua marathon bombing survivors 'proud but not always strong'
NASHUA, N.H. -- Before April 15, Ron Brassard doesn't remember ever telling his wife of 26 years that he was just having a bad day. The explosives that went off at the Boston Marathon six months ago blew a baseball-sized hole in one of Ron's legs and embedded shrapnel in both of Karen's legs.
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