Boston Marathon amputee 'completely broken' after being struck by auto

Boston Marathon amputee 'completely broken' after being struck by auto

A dancer who miraculously ran the Boston Marathon just three years after she lost part of her leg in the 2013 bombing was struck by a vehicle over the weekend. Police said Sunday that Haslet's injuries weren't considered life-threatening. He was issued a citation for failing to stop for a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk. "Thrown into the air and landed, crushing the left side of my body".

Adrianne Haslet, 37, said in an Instagram post she was in the hospital Sunday after a auto hit her as she tried to cross the street in Boston.

From her hospital bed, she revealed she had been crossing a Boston road when she was struck on Saturday.

Three people died and more than 200 were injured in the attack using bombs made from homemade pressure cookers.

She allowed CNN camera crews to follow her recovery journey as she was outfitted with a bionic leg for a special report, "The Survivor Diaries".

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"I'm completely broken", Haslet-Davis wrote. "More surgery to come", Hasley posted.

"The outpouring of support has been unbelievable and I'm really scared and heading into my next surgery", she said.

With her new leg, Haslet gave host Anderson Cooper a ballroom dancing lesson in the special report.

"I'm elated to officially announce I will be running the 2019 Boston Marathon!", Haslet tweeted at the time. "And I think it's important to always remember how far you've come as well because I have days where I think I haven't come that far at all, which sounds insane to say, but you get in these mindsets".

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