Indiana woman injured in Boston bombing returns home

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A woman from Indiana, who was wounded at the Boston Marathon, is heading home Tuesday.

Beth Roche has been in rehabilitation in Boston since the bombing happened in April.

She had just watched her daughter cross the finish line, when the first explosion went off.

BombingVictimBIGHer knee was injured so badly that she couldn’t run away.

She ultimately had reconstructive surgery to help her regain use of her left leg.

Roche still faces more rehab in Indiana.

She said the hardest thing to get used to will be slowing down for a while, and sitting in the back seat of the car as she continues to heal.

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