Bombing victim visits co-workers in NH
NASHUA, N.H. (AP) -- Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman, who lost his legs in the blast, has paid a visit to his co-workers at the New Hampshire store where he's worked for three years.
Bauman spent about an hour last Monday with employees at the Nashua Costco, where he's worked at the deli counter part-time.
Store manager Gregg Willan told The Telegraph of Nashua that it was an exciting day for co-workers and shoppers alike who wanted to spend some time with him. Co-workers have helped with fundraising efforts for Bauman's medical bills.
Willan said it a surprise visit. Bauman was accompanied by his mother and aunt.