Boston victim sees growing memorial to victims

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BOSTON, Mass. -- Adrianne Haslet-Davis, one of the victims of the Boston marathon bombings is out of the hospital and trying to return to some normalcy in her life.

On Saturday, while running errands, she came across the growing memorial in Copely Square.

"I think it's important to them to see that all of us are moving on and trying to find again some sort of normalcy.  To have the knowledge that life goes on after that," Haslet-Davis said.

More than 260 people were injured in the terror attack.  Area hospitals say the number of victims being treated continues to drop.

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