Mason Wells, 19, was in Brussels Airport helping fellow Mormon missionaries check in
A 19-year-old American student who was injured in yesterday’s attacks in Brussels had previously survived the ISIS attacks in Paris and the Boston Marathon bombing, his family has said.
Mason Wells, who was injured in the Zaventem Airport bombing, suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon and shrapnel wounds, is in Belgium carrying out his Mormon missionary duties. He had gone to the airport to check in other church members who were travelling back to the US.
“This is his third terrorist attack,” Wells’ father Chad told ABC News, revealing that his son had been close to the bomb site in Boston in April, 2013, where Mason’s mother Kymberly had been running the race.