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Marro, initially listed in critical condition, is expected to recover fully from his injuries, his family said in a statement Friday.He is a researcher for pharmaceutical firm Novartis in Cambridge, Massachusetts, company spokesman Ryan Mc Bride said.In initial reports from New York authorities after Tuesday's attack, Van Reeth, 54, was listed as having suffered 'massive trauma to both legs' that left her life in danger.Her husband and son suffered head and neck injuries.Over 1,500,000 Daters login every day to Plentyoffish.com, we are the market leader in Canada, UK, Australia, US, Ireland and New Zealand, so come meet and chat with other New york singles Register HERE The only 100% Free dating service. Shaholly Ayers, a congenital amputee who was born without her lower right arm, has opened up living out her dream as a fashion model despite being told she’ll never make it.He referred the inquiry to Belgium's Foreign Ministry, which did not immediately reply to a telephone message.
By clicking on or navigating the site, you agree to allow us to collect information on and off Facebook through cookies.Other Argentinians who survived the attack visited Marro in the hospital late Thursday to tell him for the first time that his friends had been killed.'Martin had to know the truth.Maybe he already imagined that, but now he knows, and it is a step that his friends wanted to take before returning to Argentina,' Argentina's consul in New York, Mateo Estreme, told reporters in Spanish.Ayers, who lives in Hawaii, does modeling shoots both with and without her prosthetic arm, depending upon what the shoot calls for, she said.“I’m comfortable wearing my prosthesis or not wearing it, but what I’ve found is that (directors) are really understanding,” Ayers said, adding that outside of her modeling life she uses her prosthetic mostly only while doing outdoor activities like kayaking. “I also have a boyfriend who helps me put on necklaces and things like that.” However, Ayers has stood in the face of adversity her whole life, adding that she was bullied during her adolescent because of her disability. Ayers was on her school’s basketball team and one time during a game she was called a “one-armed freak” by a member of the opposing team, she said.