Fourth Missionary Reported Injured in the Belgium Terrorist Attacks

A fourth missionary was injured in the deadly terrorist attacks that ripped through Belgium's capital on Tuesday.

The Mormon Newsroom recently updated their story on the three missionaries injured in a terrorist attack at the Brussels airport in Belgium, saying that another missionary, Sister Fanny Rachel Clain, has also been hospitalized with minor injuries.

While leaving to fulfill her mission assignment in Ohio, Sister Clain from Montélimar, France, who was escorted to the Brussels airport by three other missionaries: Elder Richard Norby (66) of Lehi, Utah; Elder Joseph Empey (20) of Santa Clara, Utah; and Elder Mason Wells (19) of Sandy, Utah.

Sister Clain had already passed through airport security when two bombs exploded in the departures section of the airport, killing at least 14, according to CNN. Though in different areas of the airport, Elders Norby, Empey, and Wells, as well as Sister Clain were all injured in the explosion. 

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The Church published they "will provide more information as we are able."

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Elder Joseph Empey (20). Image from Mormon Newsroom.

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Elder Mason Wells (19). Image from Mormon Newsroom.
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Elder Richard Norby (66). Image from Mormon Newsroom.
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Sister Fanny Rachel Clain (20). Image from Mormon Newsroom.
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