As the manhunt for the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings continue, so do the medical treatment -- and bills -- for those injured in the attacks.
A "recovery fund" has been set up for Aaron Hern, the popular Martinez sixth-grader who was injured in the bombings on Monday.
Anyone wishing to donate money to assist with the 11-year old's recovery can deposit cash in the "Aaron Hern Recovery Fund" at any Wells Fargo Bank branch.
The fund was set up by Katherine Burcell Chapman, a family friend.
Donations to the fund, as well as proceeds from fundraisers held over the weekend, will help pay Aaron's bills.