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First responders including Carlos Arredondo, in cowboy hat, tend to Jeff Bauman, who was severely wounded after two explosions occurred along the final stretch of the Boston Marathon April 15. (BLOOMBERG)
When the president of Epping, N.H. environmental and specialty contracting firm EnviroVantage, Scott Knightly, learned that a victim of the Boston Marathon bombing was virtually unable to maneuver himself into and around his family's home in Concord, N.H., he accepted the opportunity to help.