The University of Arizona has announced a fundraiser for an alumni injured in the Boston bombings , Tucson News Now reports.
Jessica Downes, who graduated in 2003, and her husband Patrick both lost a leg last week. The alumni association is helping to collect donations for the newly-married couple.
At least 14 bombing victims lost all or part of a limb, according to Tucson News Now , and several lost more than one.
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