Woman Burned In Lafayette Explosion Returns Home
LAFAYETTE, Colo. (CBS4) – After three weeks in the hospital, a woman hurt in a bomb attack in Lafayette is back home.
In a statement Allyson Stone, 44, thanked the doctors and nurses at the University of Colorado Hospital’s burn center for her care.
Stone suffered serious burns to her hands and leg. She also had burns to her face.
On Jan. 7 Stone and her husband Chris Stone, 59, said they found a bag with their names on it. They got into their car and when Allyson tried to open the bag, a bomb went off.
Her ex-husband, Michael Brittain, has been named as a person of interest in the case.
Police are still interviewing witnesses before deciding if they will file charges.