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140 treated for injuries in yesterday's terrorist attack in Boston Marathon -- hit with pieces of glass and metal from the blast.
Trauma doctor at Mass.
General said this last night.
-- a lot of shrapnel type.
A lot of shrapnel injuries many of those involved again predominantly the lower extremities but does shrapnel injuries can affect the entire body there's 'cause a lot of small metal debris.
Some people that have passed already about whether there's word.
DBs are there were parts of bombs and I just don't think we're able to say whether it is a small bits of metal that were placed there intentionally or whether they were -- -- environment that would involve them.
-- All right so can these clues help Trace who's responsible for the attack is some long ago.
Forensic pathologist Fox News contributor doctor Michael -- has worked on -- investigations he joins us live this -- -- morning reporting that.
I I think that.
A lot of information being retrieved not only from the from the streets.
But also from the bodies the is surgeons working and people are moving.
Shrapnel some of which comes from the bomb.
The medical Examiner's office this morning -- autopsy is on the three people who died.
And they had the first thing -- do identify the bodies but take X rays of the bodies so they can remove any shrapnel that could be part of the bomb.
But they also have to intact -- China so -- a little -- we don't we don't really well that.
Allegedly that they they if they if indeed -- -- in the early reports are true.
And the and of god that didn't explode.
Does it trove is that information they -- they can check back.
-- he made the wires on the wires were where they've also bags -- will look back.
What about news event shrapnel for lack of better words it's found inside the victims how can that lead them to anything.
Then that's part of the mom.
Department of -- and that couldn't tell you we hear this kind of information who win this kind of object was.
Who made -- remember in the Lockerbie bombing.
A piece of the metal from a bomb that the size of female lead to then be able to track tactics to -- that was purchased.
And whodunit than just a sliver so they have a lot of information was most of that information I think we'll come from the security cameras.
And in the area.
And also from what everybody took photographs they've got lots of -- -- to look for somebody who looks suspicious.
Because of who was put into a garbage being.
That was emptied the day before.
Somebody had to put me in.
During the day and they were all kinds of cameras much more than New York City.
What about the long guy -- they -- was a person of interest they've they've that's all they would say not a suspect they said.
But they said input in to -- a Saudi national here a student visa and they said in to give her perhaps because of the burns on him.
That that could be true we have wooden bombs go sometimes we've had -- -- -- the grand entry bombing in 1970s when it.
Three of the people making the bomb were killed because -- -- -- little premature.
Since we have we Ramzi Yousef over in the Philippines us so we got a you know and we had -- in that you too young to remember in the fifties.
Amid bomber went around the place about thirty different bombs including multiple ones that are tying.
Oh just one person who is crazy against con Edison and it's so it's it's possible I think Harry -- was interesting that.
Did you previous -- -- that but we -- -- eliminate the possibility of one.
Person doing this sort of thing and even with the fifteen seconds in between.
They've been bombings in which.
One bomb goes off and then then wait.
Long it to the emergency people to come to help and then the second bomb that by -- minutes -- so it's a lot of stuff that the FBI.
And the police are collecting right now they've got lots of leaves lots of data and I think -- The better picture in and day too aren't they got a lot to work -- all right doctor Baden thank you very much.
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