Parents of missionaries injured in Brussels terrorist attack to speak at 11 a.m.

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SALT LAKE CITY -- A news conference is scheduled for 11 a.m. Thursday regarding two of the four LDS Church missionaries who were injured last week in one of the terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium.

Chad and Kymberly Wells (Mason Wells' parents) will join Court and Amber Empey (Joseph Empey's parents) in making brief statements from Universit of Utah Hospital.

Dr. Stephen Morris, Medical Director at University of Utah Burn Center, and Dr. Giovonni Lewis, a surgeon at the burn center, will also make brief statements.

New pictures of both missionaries are expected to be released following the news conference.

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  • laytonian

    Enough already!
    How about spending this much time on the “dirty gentiles” of Utah (as so many of us have been called over the years).


      You have some serious issues Laytonian. When is the last time anybody called you a “dirty gentile”.


    LAYTONIAN is your typical liberal. If she sees something she doesn’t like she is forced to read it and then respond to it. Why the bitterness honey?

  • TBM

    There were 12 Americans hurt and killed in the Brussels attack. You don’t hear about the others because they weren’t LDS. Please stop making the Brussels terror attack about the Mormon church!

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