BOSTON, Massachusetts (WHDH) -- The family of two brothers injured in the Boston Marathon bombing walked the marathon route Wednesday to raise money for their recovery.
The two brothers were there to cheer on their sisters who crossed the marathon finish line just one month after the twin blasts killed three people and injured more than 200.
"I'm at a loss for words, it's unbelievable," Paul Norden said. "We were never big deals, now we are."
The symbolic walk started in Hopkinton. The Norden family walked the entire race route, 26.2 miles, in honor of their loved ones J.P. and Paul Norden; each of them lost a leg in the bombings.