This Boston Marathon Bombing survivor mission is to give other amputees the prosthetic leg insurance will not cover Nichole Casper was one of the nurses who took care of Webb after the bombing night. Casper worked in the unit mother-child from the hospital for about four years. Casper had gotten to know Webb and his family during her stay in the hospital, but had not seen her since. She recognized Webb and her fiance, Paul Norden 's, names on the list of incoming patients. Norden and his brother, JP , each lost their legsstraight into the bombardment. Casper was in the hallway bringing Webb to her room when she was brought delivery on a stretcher. I think I just looked at her and said, 'Long time not to see ' and she kind of looked at me and she was a little stunned, Casper said. She said to me, Oh hey! Webb was just coming out of surgery so their first meeting was a bit hazy. I remember I was just delighted to see her Webb said. .Webb, Norden, and their new baby were in the hospital for three days, and Casper took an extra night shift, so she could be there for their entire stay. I was just delighted. to see her and catch up with her, said Webb. She said it was very heartwarming to be treated by people who understand what she's been through and don't need to review their complex medical history. I think all staff experienced this traumatism or this tragedy with me, and so I think they understand it on a different level, said Webb. She said she didn't think she could have recovered from her injuries too. although she did it without the hospital staff, so she was happy to be able to share a happy moment with them.