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Last Missionary Released After Brussels Bombings

On a post from Elder Richard Norby’s Facebook page, his family proudly announced that he had been released from the University of Utah hospital. Elder Norby sustained serious, but non life threatening injuries in the March 22, 2016 bomings in the Brussels airport. Elder Norby was the last missionary injured in the Brussels bombings has been released from the hospital. His family described getting realeased a miracle. “He still has significant shrapnel wounds to his legs that require attention.” the post explained. “His burns and broken left leg are healing as expected. Emotional and physical healing are their priority and they look forward to what they will learn along the way. The road to recovery remains long, but manageable.”

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Brandon the husband to an incredibly talented soccer mom, father to a miniature goldendoodle, and the cutest twins you have ever seen. Brandon has served in various church capacities including full-time missionary in Madrid, Spain, youth instructor, Young Men's Presidency, Executive Secretary, temple worker, and Elders Quorum Presidency. Brandon owns LDSBookstore.com which has been featured as one of the fastest growing companies in Utah.
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