MONDAY - Explosions at the Marathon
- — Alex Jones (@alexjonesphoto)Mon, Apr 15 2013 18:54:17Mass Casualty incident declared at the end of the Boston Marathon route. Explosion opposite the finish route. Not a drill.
- — Chelsea Turner (@cturnxo)Mon, Apr 15 2013 19:37:01Holden and I were across the street from the second explosion at the Boston Marathon. We were thrown and have ringing ears but WE ARE OKAY!
- — TC McCarthy (@TC_McCarthy)Mon, Apr 15 2013 20:10:45As a STANDARD precaution, NYC and DC are on heightened level of security and White House's West Wing secured.
TUESDAY - 'Act Of Terror,' 'No Claims Of Responsibility'
- — The Funny Gooner (@FunnyGooner)Tue, Apr 16 2013 15:33:04'It was an act of terror. We don't yet know if it was a domestic or foreign act but we will find them and bring them to justice.' - Obama
- — Boston Globe News (@GlobeMetro)Tue, Apr 16 2013 21:12:59DesLauriers: There are no claims of responsibility. ." The range of suspects and motives is wide open."
- — Karen Anderson (@karenreports)Wed, Apr 17 2013 01:56:18FBI has received more than 2,000 tips already. At this time there are no claims of responsibility. #wbz
WEDNESDAY - Suspect Arrested? In Custody? Confusion
- — Rachel DePompa (@RachelDePompa)Wed, Apr 17 2013 18:12:42Conflicting reports right now. AP: Arrest, CNN: Arrest, FOX: Arrest, Reuters: No arrest, NBC: No arrest, ABC: No arrest CBS: No arrest
THE BOSTON MARATHON BOMBING
From the explosions on Monday afternoon to the capture of the second bombing suspect on Friday night, Twitter proved to be a constant stream of news surrounding the Boston Marathon bombing. Here are 50 tweets (including 15 photos) and five videos that show how it all unfolded.
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