Krystle Campbell's mother says her daughter "had a heart of gold." The 29 year old restaurant manager died in the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday. In a tragic case of mistaken identity, her family was first told by doctors that she had survived the attack. But the patient they were treating was actually Campbell's friend who was at the race with her that day. CNN's Jason Carroll reports on how she will be remembered by friends and family.
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