The photo — cropped to not show the full, grisly effects of the bomb blast — received wide play across the Internet and in newspapers.
FULL COVERAGE: Latest on Boston probe, victims INVESTIGATION: Pressure cooker lid found near bomb site DEATHS: All three identified Tuesday, Bauman's father delivered the sad news that doctors at Boston Medical Center had to amputate what was left of both lower legs."Unfortunately my son was just in the wrong place at the wrong time," the senior Bauman wrote on Facebook.
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Mixon, of Ogunquit, Maine, told the Bangor Daily News that his friend "was unbelievably calm.
He's the warmest, most gentle man I've met in my life.""The guy has been through so much tragedy, and to react the way he did under that kind of stress and pressure is just amazing," said Mixon, who plans to run the marathon next year.
On social media, friends paid tribute to electrician Mr Pordage, describing him as a “legend” and a “family man”.
The senior investigating officer, Detective Chief Inspector Stephen Jennings of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, said officers believe the shooting involved people who knew each other.
This image from a Department of Homeland Security and FBI joint bulletin shows the remains of a pressure cooker that the FBI says was part of one of the bombs that exploded during the Boston Marathon.
The FBI says it has evidence that indicates one of the bombs was contained in a pressure cooker with nails and ball bearings and that it was hidden in a backpack.
Bauman played hockey (he's a Philadelphia Flyers fan), baseball and basketball. Arredondo's other son, Brian, committed suicide in 2011 after battling depression for years following his brother's death.