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3 missionaries injured at Brussels bombing briefly reunited at MTC

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On Friday, May 27, Sister Fanny Clain was briefly reunited with Mason Wells and Dresden Empey. The fourth missionary injured in the Brussels Airport bombing, Richard Norby, was not present, but had recently returned to his home in Lehi. (Photo courtesy LDS Church)

On Friday, May 27, Sister Fanny Clain was briefly reunited with Mason Wells and Dresden Empey. The fourth missionary injured in the Brussels Airport bombing, Richard Norby, was not present, but had recently returned to his home in Lehi. (Photo courtesy LDS Church)

Three young LDS missionaries injured at the Brussels Airport bombing in March were briefly reunited at the Missionary Training Center in Provo on May 27.

Sister Fanny Clain, 20, has been recovering and preparing for her mission at the Provo MTC since being released from the hospital following the bombing at the Brussels Airport. The two elders who dropped her off at the airport in March were allowed a one-time visit at the MTC.

Sister Fanny Clain, Mason Wells and (Joseph) Dresden Empey compare scars. (Photo courtesy LDS Church)

Sister Fanny Clain, Mason Wells and (Joseph) Dresden Empey compare scars. (Photo courtesy LDS Church)

Mason Wells, 19, and (Joseph) Dresden Empey, 20, met with Sister Clain for about 20 minutes. They “shared their joy at being together again and compared details about their injuries, treatment and recovery,” according to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The fourth injured missionary, Richard Norby, was not present. Norby was the last of the four missionaries to be released from the hospital on May 24. Sister Clain had visited Norby while they were both patients in a hospital in Belgium.

Sister Clain left the MTC on May 31 to finish serving her full-time mission in Ohio.

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