Together despite all, glimpsing the distant ﬁnish ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Bill Greene/Globe Staff Jen Regan sat by Marc Fucarile’s bedside at Massachusetts General Hospital three weeks after he was injured in the Boston Marathon bombings. Bill Greene/Globe Staff An emotional Edward Fucarile stood in the doorway of his son Marc’s hospital room at MGH. Bill Greene/Globe Staff An X-ray shows BB’s in Marc Fucarile's lower body. His right leg was amputated. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Brother Edward Fucarile, sister Stephanie Baron, and fiancee Jen Regan were devastated after Dr. Jeremy Goverman talked to them Marc’s “good leg” was also in jeopardy. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Marc Fucarile made a sad face to his grandmother ,Mabel Callahan, at Mass General Hospital. He said the hardest part was watching loved ones worry about him. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Fiancee Jen Regan nervously bit her nails in the family waiting area during one of Marc's numerous surgeries at Mass. General Hospital. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Well-wishers leaving messages on the bulletin in his hospital room ranged from his son, Gavin, to the Boston Police Department to professional atheletes. Bill Greene/Globe Staff In tears, nurse anesthetist Amanda Heidbreder hugged Marc in his hospital room at MGH before he left for the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Marc received physical therapy in the gym from Dara Casparian at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Marc gets a kiss from sister Stephanie Baron while receiving PT in the gym at Spaulding Rehabilitation. Marc practiced waving the Boston Strong flag with his son and fiancee before going on the ice before a Bruins game. Bill Greene/Globe Staff An overwhelmed Jen Regan packed the family’s belongings to be moved to their new apartment, which is wheelchair accessible. She had not spent the night in their old home since the bombing, and only returned occasionally to gather some items. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Jen Regan packed Marc's shoes to be moved to their new apartment. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Marc Fucarile got a hug from son Gavin before leaving Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital to head home to Reading. One hundred days later, he was the last victim to leave a hospital following the April 15, 2013, attack. Bill Greene/Globe Staff After speaking to the media, Marc Fucarile left Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital for his new home in Reading. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Marc was cheered on by physical therapist Dara Casparian while waving Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Marc hugged his son Gavin after arriving home to a family party following an extended hospital and rehab stay. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Marc winced in pain during a rehab session with physical therapist Sean Quinlan at the Spaulding Outpatient Center in Peabody. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Marc spoke to family, friends, and well-wishers at his fund-raiser at the Montavale Plaza in Stoneham. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Marc and Jen shared a moment after he walked down the hall and back with his new prosthetic leg at the Hanger Clinic in Woburn.