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Just before 3 p.m. on April 15, Bauman was waiting among the crowd for his
girlfriend to cross the finish line at the Boston Marathon. A man wearing a cap,
sunglasses and a black jacket over a hooded sweatshirt looked at Jeff, 27, and
dropped a bag at his feet, his brother, Chris Bauman, said in an interview.
Two and a half minutes later, the bag exploded, tearing Jeff’s legs apart. A
picture of him in a wheelchair, bloodied and ashen, was broadcast around the
world as he was rushed to Boston Medical Center. He lost both legs below the
“He woke up under so much drugs, asked for a paper and pen and wrote, ‘bag,
saw the guy, looked right at me,’” Chris Bauman said yesterday in an interview.
Those words may help crack the mystery of who perpetrated one of the highest-profile acts of terror in the U.S. since the 2001 assault on New York City and the Washington
area, one that killed three people and wounded scores.
While still in intensive care, Jeff Bauman gave the FBI a description of the
man he saw, his brother said. Bauman’s information helped investigators narrow
down whom to look for in hours of video of the attack, he said.