A group of golden retrievers provided comfort and love to victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. The comfort dogs, from Lutheran Church Charities, have been visiting hospitals. Two of the dogs were also sent to Newtown, Connecticut following December’s school shooting.
Restaurant manager Krystle Campbell, 29, was identified earlier today as one of the three people killed in the bombings at the Boston Marathon. Her mother, Patty Campbell, spoke in the family’s hometown of Medford about her daughter.
29-year-old restaurant manager Krystle Campbell has been identified as one of the three people killed in the bombing at the Boston Marathon.
Dr. Alasdair Conn, the chief of Emergency Services at Massachusetts General hospital, and Dr. George Velmahos, a trauma surgeon at the hospital, gave an update on the patients being treated at the facility for injuries received in Monday's explosions.
The identity of one of the three people killed in Monday's Boston bombings has been released and is said to be 8-year-old Martin Richard.
Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.), House Homeland Security Committee member, talked to Bill O'Reilly tonight, giving us his reaction to the Boston Marathon bombings.
Boston Marathon runner Demi Clark had just crossed the finish line when the first explosion occurred. “I knew it wasn’t right,” she told Shepard Smith.
Clark said, “I was looking to the left and just saw carnage. I mean, something out of a war zone. It was people up against fences, blood everywhere, runners down to my left, and glass. And then the other explosion went off.”
Police have now released some excerpts of scanner traffic in the terrifying moments following the two explosions near the finish line at the Boston Marathon.
There were two explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon near Boylston Street on Monday afternoon. Three people are confirmed dead and over one hundred more are injured.