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SMU firsthand accounts of the heartbreak and harass him following the attack and we now have also some new information.
The little boy who was killed yesterday Douglas Kennedy's life and that's -- newsroom with more.
Gotten it yet -- the bomb that tore through Boston street took with -- lives and dreams including that of eight year old Martin Richard.
We have a new picture of Martin Richard who was at the finish line.
Waiting for his father to finish the marathon his neighbor described the Richard family earlier today.
There -- all American gambling and you know again it's not the father -- day.
This play outside all the time the kids were outside all the time having a good time.
Tennis is a horrendous tragedy.
The explosion affected many people in Boston and the nation.
But especially those who saw the -- firsthand.
-- fifty yards in this and I saw the whole thing we were coming down -- history.
And literally I heard -- can angle off.
Body parts of -- people blown apart their debt it took probably five or ten seconds to realize what had happened because it couldn't happen there.
So that -- it was just too surreal.
Nonetheless personal tragedy quickly turned a communal hope.
As a city almost instantly came to gather to comfort the fallen and aid the afflicted.
They respond within fifteen seconds saw the we saw everybody coming down here marathon volunteers in Boston UMass were bringing in you know -- chair -- that bring people down -- praying for all of whom you know we all.
Trying to put the pressure on all the wounds for everybody tourniquet to whatever we could do and it did it was chaos.
And then there -- those -- -- its frantic hours looking for a loved ones and fearing the worst.
You -- of the forty candy.
Here right -- Wait for my brother immediately to areas you know clothing he is somewhere out on the course -- the -- behind me so I don't.
I don't know if I'm his client trying to call him and Clinton families where it was early release that -- -- Gary for a city -- experienced it firsthand and for our nation that continues to be reminded we are never safe from terrorism.
This is little -- Richard who was holding up assigned there that says no more hurting.
We want peace.
I think that that's it from -- -- back TLC a picture.
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