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Three LDS missionaries injured in Brussels attacks

REXBURG — At least 31 people are dead and dozens are wounded after a bombing in a Brussels airport and a metro station Tuesday, according to The Associated Press.

The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attack in Brussels, according to the AP.

Three missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are among those injured. The families of Elder Richard Norby, 66; Elder Joseph Empey, 20; and Elder Mason Wells, 19; have been notified, according to Mormon Newsroom.

The three were taking Sister Fanny Rachel Clain, 20, to the airport for her assignment in Ohio. Sister Clain was serving in France while waiting for her visa to the United States, according to Deseret News.

All missionaries in the France Paris Mission were asked to remain in their apartments until further notice, according to Mormon Newsroom.

For more information regarding the missionaries, Mormon Newsroom will be posting information and updates as they become available.

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