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Wounded MBTA officer known as a devoted father

Woburn neighbors of Richard H. Donohue Jr., the MBTA Transit Police officer critically wounded early Friday in a shoot-out with the Marathon bombing suspects, say the 33-year-old is athletic and a devoted father — attributes they hope will help him pull through his injuries.

Donohue was in critical but stable condition Friday at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, with a single gunshot wound, the hospital said.

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