Injured LDS Missionaries Reunited for First Time Since Brussels Bombing

Injured LDS Missionaries Reunited for First Time Since Brussels Bombing

On March 22, 2016, four LDS missionaries were severely injured in the terrorist attacks that shocked Brussels and the world. Now, three of the missionaries have been reunited since that fateful day.

Mason Wells and Dresden Empey, who have been released from their full-time missionary service, were able to meet with Sister Fanny Clain in the Provo Missionary Training Center. Mormon Newsroom reports, “All three missionaries shared their joy at being together again and compared details about their injuries, treatment and recovery. ”

 

The meeting took place before Sister Clain departed the Missionary Training Center for her assignment as a full-time missionary in Ohio. This reunion comes just days after the welcome news that Richard Norby, the senior missionary who faced harrowing injures, was released from the hospital. Recovery is ongoing for all involved.

 

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