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MILWAUKEE (AP) -- A Neenah woman was among those injured in the explosions at the Boston Marathon.
Linda Witt was watching her son cross the finish line at Monday's marathon when she was knocked to the ground by an explosion.
Witt tells WBAY-TV she was hit by debris and was covered in blood and pieces of human flesh. She suffered a loss of hearing and was taken to a hospital. The FBI interviewed Witt about what she saw.
Witt has been released from the hospital and plans to return to Neenah Thursday. She says although she saw some gruesome injuries, she also saw a lot of people rally together to take care of one another.
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