The dancer who lost his Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 after a car is in hospital.
Adrianne Haslet-Davis, currently a public speaker and campaigner, has had an accident on Instagram.
In the hospital's bed, he revealed that he had crossed the Boston highway on Saturday.
"He threw and landed on the air, crushing it to the left of my body," said the post, which revealed the need for surgery.
In her post, Ms. Haslet-Davis described her as "completely broken."
More details about his injuries are not immediately clear, but the Boston police said local media did not think life threatening.
As the newspaper says, the driver did not stop.
The detainee did not see, he does not know, he does not see Ms Haslet-Davis going through the rainy and rainy weather, the Boston Globe Reports.
Ms. Haslet-Davis Boston Marathon and a permanent lifesaving injury injurer was close to closing two pressure cooker bombs off closure.
Three people were killed in terrorism, many others were injured.
The bailiff dumped a piece of a leg, but decided to do it again, despite his injuries.
A year later, he appeared in the TED conversation and also performed with the United States television Dantzan.
In 2016, two amputates survived the marathon.
On his website, Ms. Haslet-Davis says he is reluctant to denounce the attack "victim", and hashtag #AdrianneStrong is known.
On Sunday in several posts published on his Instagram story, people thanked him for online help.
"I'm really afraid and I'll be in my next surgery – I do not know how much it will be," he said.
"I have felt your love and help and I want to thank you. I really fear it, but I think it's good."