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Marathon victims get help making homes accessible

Volunteers donate time, skills, materials

NASHUA — Between Brigham and Women’s and Spaulding Rehab and the Brigham again, Martha Galvis spent 76 days hospitalized after the Boston Marathon attacks, dreaming of home.

And though her life is not what it was before April 15, her home — a tidy split-level in a quiet subdivision in Nashua — is exactly the same. Which poses a problem.

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