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A recovery fund has been set up to pay the medical bills of Aaron Hern, the 11-year old Martinez boy who was injured in Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon.
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.