The dancer who lost part of his foot in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings was hit by a car at the end of the week and said it was "completely broken".
Adrian Hesley posted a serious photo after wearing a necklace while falling on the gurdwara at the hospital on Sunday.
"On the crosswalk, while on a Commonwealth Avenue car by the stroke," she wrote in a post on Instagram. "Cut off my left side of my body, threw it into the air and landed. Yesterday. I am completely broken. More surgery to come."
The accident took place at around 7:15. On Saturday, Boston Police spokesman Stephen McNattie told Boston Herald. He added that "dark and rain is probably the contributing factor."
The driver, an adult male, stayed on the scene and was quoted for the failure to stop the pedestrian in the crosswalk, McNalty said.
More than 260 people were injured when they went to a pair of bombs during the April 2013 marathon, a professional ballroom dancer, 38 years old Hescat. In the second bomb blast when he was happy with friends. Three people were killed in a terrorist attack.
Fortunate survivors won the stage and after three years of the blast, the Boston Marathon was completed with an artificial foot.