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Boston bomb survivor, 7, using new prosthetic leg

This photo released Thursday, Aug. 15, 2013, by the Richard family shows Jane Richard, 7, who lost part of her left leg in the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, 2013, walking on a prosthetic leg in Boston. The family of Jane and her late brother Martin, 8, who was killed by one of the blasts, said in a statement that the little girl is already dancing on her prosthetic leg and “struts around on it with great pride.†(AP Photo/Richard Family)

This photo released Thursday, Aug. 15, 2013, by the Richard family shows Jane Richard, 7, who lost part of her left leg in the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, 2013, walking on a prosthetic leg in Boston. The family of Jane and her late brother Martin, 8, who was killed by one of the blasts, said in a statement that the little girl is already dancing on her prosthetic leg and “struts around on it with great pride.†(AP Photo/Richard Family)

FILE – This April 11, 2013 photo provided by the Richard family shows, Martin Richard, 8, in Boston, the youngest of three people killed in the bombings, Monday, April 15, 2013, near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.The family of Martin and his sister Jane, 7, who lost part of her left leg in the blast, released a photo Thursday, Aug. 15, 2013 showing her walking on a prosthetic leg, and said in a statement that she is already dancing and “struts around on it with great pride.†(AP Photo/Bill Richard, File)

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