On April 15, 2013, while the Boston Marathon was still in progress, two homemade bombs were set off near the finish line. Three spectators were killed, including Martin, and more than 260 others were injured, many of them seriously, according to NBC News.
In 2015, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of the perpetrators of the bombing, was found guilty of 30 federal offenses in connection with the attack and was sentenced to death. His brother Tamerlan died a few days after bombings in a gunfight with police.
Henry said he plans to run the marathon again in the future.
“I love this city and I couldn’t be more grateful to them and everything they’ve done for me,” Henry said. “No matter what happens, you’ve got to keep fighting, you’ll get to where you want to go.”