Boston

All I can say about the horror at the Boston marathon is that I’m keeping everybody there in my thoughts. And to remember that in the seconds after the explosions, people ran heroically, heedless of the danger, toward the injured.

For an on-scene report, here’s Boston’s Charlie Pierce:

Boston Bombing: “They’d ripped out their IVs and made space on the cots for the injured.”

3 responses to “Boston

  1. Sometimes words are just not adequate. Terribly sad.

  2. What a relief that the immediate threat is over, but such a tragedy for the physically and psychically injured.

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