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Update on boy injured in Lehi blast



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Update on boy injured in Lehi blast

(KSL News) We received an update from the family of an 11-year-old boy who was critically injured by a pipe bomb in Lehi.

Bridger Hunt's family tells us he woke up for a brief time today and heard what happened to him. He was obviously upset but seems to be in good spirits otherwise.

Bridger also had a CAT scan, but doctors have yet to say if he'll be able to keep his leg.

Two days ago, the boy was hit by a piece of shrapnel from a pipe bomb lit by 45-year-old Craig Miller. The boy's family says they've been in contact with Miller through the police department. They say he's extremely distraught over what happened and is doing what he can to help Bridger.

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