A Boston Marathon bombings survivor has told ITV News he feels "unbelievably lucky" to be alive.
Marc Fucarile, who spent 100 days in hospital following the blasts last year, told Washington Correspondent Robert Moore: "I looked at a picture - right next to me there was a piece of metal fencing ... bent at a 90 degree angle around the mailbox."
Mr Fucarile said the fact he was still here with just one leg missing "is amazing."
"I have no idea how I can still talk, think, walk ... I'm definitely lucky," he added.
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