Boston’s Search For Afghan Hero Sgt Tyler Dodd Has A Happy Ending
During a press conference yesterday, Gov. Patrick put in a public plea to find Sgt. Tyler.
Sgt Tyler rushed into action seconds after the bombs went off in Boston.
A woman named Victoria was hit by shrapnel, and was carried to the first aid tent by a fireman. Gov. Patrick said she described herself as being “hysterical.”
A man named Tyler, who said he was an Army sergeant and Afghanistan veteran, helped calm her down. To calm Victoria down, Tyler showed her a scar from his own shrapnel wound.
Gov. Patrick said during the press conference, “Victoria very, very much wants to thank Tyler personally. So if Tyler is out there and listening or reading your reports, we would love to hear from Tyler, so we can connect him to Victoria.”
Tyler heard the plea on TV and arrangements have been made for Sgt Tyler Dodd to meet Victoria in her hospital room, today.
It will as healing for him as it is for her!
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