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Bombing turned triumph to terror for Ballston Spa runner

22 year old Courtney Kelleigh of Ballston Spa ran the 2013 Boston Marathon for her dad 49 year old Hugh Kelleigh who has Multiple Sclerosis, and raised $4500 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. Courtney finished the race within a minute of the second explosion.
22 year old Courtney Kelleigh of Ballston Spa ran the 2013 Boston Marathon for her dad 49 year old Hugh Kelleigh who has Multiple Sclerosis, and raised $4500 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. Courtney finished the race within a minute of the second explosion.
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Courtney Kelleigh sprinted as the second bomb exploded Monday at the Boston Marathon. As other runners peeled away from the course, spectators fled and officials yelled for people to leave the scene, Kelleigh ran. In pain, exhausted and mentally numb at the end of her 26.2-mile journey, the Ballston Spa woman held fast to her desire to finish the race. “I heard it,” she said of the second bomb. “I knew that I shouldn’t keep ...


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