Boston Marathon bombing survivors write children's book

Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes speak to Eyewitness News via satellite April 4, 2018, about their book on how their service dog helps them navigate the world in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing.

Five years ago, Patrick Downes and Jessica Kensky were newlyweds. Their lives were forever changed after the Boston Marathon bombings.

Both lost a leg from the explosions.

Now, together they've written a new children's book about their service dog, named Rescue.

They shared their story with Eyewitness News on Wednesday morning.

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