Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Gets Married At Fenway Park

Boston Marathon bombing survivor Marc Fucarile and Jen Regan, who were recently profiled by ESPN, tied the knot Thursday at the home of the Boston Red Sox.

1. Marc Fucarile and Jen Regan tied the knot at Fenway Park on Thursday, slightly more than one year after Marc was injured in the attack at the Boston Marathon. Fucarile, a 35-year-old roofer, lost his right leg from above the knee in the bombing.

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2. Fucarile was the last person injured in the bombing to leave the hospital, finally checking out of Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital 100 days after the attack.

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3. Fucarile, who proposed to Regan during his recovery, vowed to marry her as soon as he could dance at the wedding.

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4. The couple’s wedding video includes footage of them walking on the dugout.

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6. It was such a Boston wedding that the newlyweds, instead of a limosine, were whisked away in a duck boat. Congrats, you two!

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