3rd of 4 Mormon Missionaries Injured in Brussels Goes Home
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Mormon missionary injured in the Brussels bombing attack is back at home after he was released from a Salt Lake City hospital.
Mason Wells was greeted at his home in Sandy, Utah on Thursday afternoon by dozens of friends and family members who decorated the neighborhood with yellow ribbons. KSL-TV reports Wells thanked the well-wishers for their support as he arrived home. He was wearing several bandages and sitting in a wheelchair.
Wells had spent more than four weeks the University of Utah Hospital for burns and other injuries after spending a week in a Brussels hospital. Two other missionaries injured in the blast have returned home. A fourth missionary, 66-year-old Richard Norby of Lehi, is expected to remain hospitalized in Salt Lake City for several weeks while he's treated for extensive burns.