15 April 2013 09:00 PM | By howzitMSN
Boston Bomb Attack: In Pictures

Tragedy In Boston



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Bombs near the finish line of the Boston Marathon have been detonated, killing spectators and injuring over one hundred people.

Click through the gallery to see one of the explosions taking place and the rescue efforts in the aftermath of the bombings...

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