Cop Hurt in Tsarnaev Shootout Back At Work

A transit cop who nearly died in a shootout between the Boston Marathon bombers and police has returned to the job, more than two years after he was injured.
Richard "Dic" Donohue was back on the job Friday with the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, with a new rank of sergeant.
Donohue was among dozens of law enforcement officers who responded to an April 19, 2013 shootout in Watertown, Massachusetts with brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, wanted for planting two bombs at the race's finish line four days earlier.
He had almost bled to death when he arrived at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge.