Miami Veteran Running 3 days non-stop in Key Biscayne for Boston Marathon Survivor on Nov 18, 2016

MIAMI, FL – 18 Nov, 2016 – A Former Army Ranger and Gulf War Veteran is doing a One Man 3 day Run to remember Victoria McGrath,  the 23 year old, Northeastern University Student  who survived the Boston Marathon Bombing with severe injuries Passed away with a classmate in an automobile accident in Dubai earlier this year. 

Alex Estrella,  57, said that after learning about Victoria’s death and the charity that she belonged to Fourblock,  He had to Pick up where she left off to help returning Veterans transition back into society, and help them overcome issues that would lead them to having PTSD.   

Alex Plans on starting Friday Nov 18, at 11:30  AM in front of the Key Biscayne Fire station because it was a Boston fire fighter who saved her and rushed her to safety to receive emergency care,  he said that they, fire fighters  deserve the credit always because of what they do to save lives,  and in this case, they did just that. 

Alex will be Running from Key Biscayne to Brickell Ave in Miami back and forth for 3 days to help Victoria’s charity and to let People remember Victoria with that smile that she always had when she was helping People.

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