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Boston Marathon Bombing

FBI hotline: 1-800-225-5324, prompt #3.

K.D. Delany

on 11 July 2014

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Transcript of Boston Marathon Bombing

Hours after the explosions took place, the video-sharing website launched an official YouTube Spotlight page devoted to "Explosions at the Boston Marathon."
3 Killed, and more than
144 injured in Boston Marathon Blasts

Runners approached the finish line from the west
The first explosion
occurred a few hundred feet short of the finish line at about 2:50pm on the corner of Boylston Street and Exeter Street
The second explosion, just 13 seconds later, occurred further from the finish line near Boylston Street and Ring Road.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel
The Lenox
The Boston Globe, The New York Times, CBS News, and Google Earth
US President Barack Obama gave a late night television address in which he offered sympathy for the victims of the explosions and pledged support to the authorities in Massachusetts.
Officials say the bombs used in the Boston Marathon attack were put inside pressure cookers, designed to amplify the force of the blasts.
This image from a Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Homeland Security joint bulletin shows the remains of a pressure-cooker bomb that exploded during the Boston Marathon, the FBI says.
The FBI asks anyone with any information to call 1-800-225-5324, prompt #3.
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