Boston Marathon Bombing
from Plot to Manhunt
The Boston Marathon turned tragic on April 15, 2013, when two explosions went off near the finish line. They left three people dead and 264 injured. Review the lives of the suspects, the timeline of events and one victim's journey to recovery.
Boston Marathon Bombing
from Plot to Manhunt
Suspects' Lives Before April 15, 2013
Manhunt Map
Click on the markers below to read the timeline of events.
  • April
    April 15, 2013

    Erika Brannock, of Baltimore, Md., is one of more than 260 people – men, women and children – injured in two bomb explosions at the Boston Marathon. Three people are killed.

    Image Credit: Brian Snyder/Reuters
  • June
    June 3, 2013

    Erika Brannock returns to Baltimore after spending 50 days at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. The last bombing victim to be discharged, Erika Brannock flew into a private terminal near Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and was greeted by a group of family and friends.

    Image Credit: Google Earth
  • June
    June 18, 2013

    Sheis discharged from Kernan Orthopaedics (now renamed University of Maryland Rehabilitation and Orthopaedic Institute) and returned home to her mother's home.

    Image Credit:The Erika Brannock Fund/facebook.com
  • Aug.
    Aug. 5, 2013

    Erika Brannock has a 10-hour surgery to stabilize her right leg. This was a pivotal step in her recovery.

    Image Credit: The Erika Brannock Fund/facebook.com
  • June
    June 18, 2013

    She is discharged from Kernan Orthopaedics (now renamed University of Maryland Rehabilitation and Orthopaedic Institute) and returned home to her mother's home.

    Image Credit: The Erika Brannock Fund/facebook.com
  • Aug.
    Aug. 23, 2013

    Erika Brannock attended an orientation for Davenport Preschool and dedication of a learning garden in her honor.

    Image Credit:eurobanks/istock
  • Oct.
    Oct. 4, 2013

    Erika Brannock took her first steps since the bombing at Dankmeyer Inc. in Linthicum.

    Image Credit: The Erika Brannock Fund/facebook.com
  • Oct.
    Oct. 12, 2013

    Erika Brannock served as the official starter for the Baltimore Running Festival.

    Image Credit: The Erika Brannock Fund/facebook.com
  • Nov.
    Nov. 9, 2013

    Almost six months since the homemade bombs exploded near the Boston Marathon finish line, Erika Brannock walked again for the first time.

    Image Credit: The Erika Brannock Fund/facebook.com
  • Nov.
    Nov. 16, 2013

    Erika Brannock walks across the finish line at Thunder Road in Charlotte.

    Image Credit: Thunder Road Marathon/facebook.com
  • Jan.
    Jan. 27, 2014

    Erika Brannock had surgery due for a possible bone infection.

    Image Credit: The Erika Brannock Fund/facebook.com
  • Feb.
    Feb. 5, 2014

    Erika Brannock had surgery to remove the hardware that had been in place to help the fracture in her tibia heal.

    Image Credit: The Erika Brannock Fund/facebook.com
  • Feb.
    Feb. 10, 2014

    Erika Brannock celebrated her 30th birthday.

    Image Credit: The Erika Brannock Fund/facebook.com
  • March
    March 27, 2014

    Women's Day magazine featured an article on Erika Brannock and her family.

    Image Credit: The Erika Brannock Fund/facebook.com
  • April
    April 3, 2014

    Erika Brannock threw out the first pitch before an Orioles-Red Sox game.

    Image Credit: The Erika Brannock Fund/facebook.com
  • Today

    For more information about Erika Brannock's journey, visit her facebook page The Erika Brannock Fund

    Image Credit: The Erika Brannock Fund/facebook.com

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