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Boston Marathon Explosion: Photos From the Scene

Three people were killed after two blasts at the finish line of the Boston Marathon in April 2013. See the shocking images.

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A runner reacts near Kenmore Square after two bombs exploded during the 117th Boston Marathon on Monday. An unrelated, third explosion was confirmed at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.

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Women embrace on the marathon route near Kenmore Square. Two people  have been confirmed dead and scores injured after two bombs detonated near the finish line to the marathon.

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In this image from video provided by WBZ TV, spectators and runners flee from what was is thought to be twin explosions that shook the finish line of the 117th Boston Marathon on Monday. Here are the pictures we've gathered from the scene.

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A man injured by the first explosion receives assistance on  Boylston Street.

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A member of the bomb squad investigates a suspicious item on the road near Kenmore Square.

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Two women react to the explosions that went off near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.

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Police officers with their guns drawn race past a fallen runner near the finish line as they hear the second explosion down the street.

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A second explosion is seen as security personnel rush into the streets.

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Smoke from dual blasts fills the sky near the the explosion site at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.

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Medical workers load injured attendees onto stretchers at the finish line of the Boston Marathon course.

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An injured man is wheeled from the site of the explosion by medical responders.

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Two women comfort each other after the bomb attacks.

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Debris litters the marathon route in the aftermath of the bombing.

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Boston police officers patrol Boylston Street near the scene of the explosions.


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