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Boston Marathon Bombing | A Personal Account of Being at the Finish Line

Boston Marathon Bombing | A Personal Account of Being at the Finish Line
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I also will never forget the blast, the smoke, the sirens, the sounds, the faces of the runners, the injured, the tears – and of course, the true heroes, the first responder professionals doing their jobs – and running into the smoke.Our prayers and healing thoughts go out to the victims of this terrorist act.

I know it is cliché at this point – but I cannot wait to work at next year’s Marathon – we are BostonStrong.

Donations to help victims of the attack can be made to The One Fund.

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JD Hale

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