Video: Boston Marathon Bombing Victim Harassed Over Service Dog


The manager of New Hampshire T.J. Maxx ordered a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing to put her service dog in a cart or get out, stunning the 19-year-old who relies on her new best friend as she recovers from the attack.

“He’s crucial to my everyday life,” Sydney Corcoran told NewsCenter 5.

Corcoran suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of the April 2013 bombing that left her bloodied and lying in a hospital near her mother, Celeste, who lost both legs in the deadly explosion.

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