Boston Bombing Anniversary Draws Solemn Tributes
By DMO Affiliate
Mourners gathered Tuesday to remember the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings — and pay tribute to those who rushed to help them — a year after twin explosions ripped through the heart of the city. The solemn day of remembrance started around 8 a.m., when Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh laid wreaths in front of the bombing sites, with the families of the three people who died in the blasts in attendance.
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