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Boston, Massachusetts / Marathon Bombing / Anniversary #1115174

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 15, 2014
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(Boston: Scott Pelley) The first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing noted; photos shown of those who died {Krystle Campbell†, Lu Lingzi†, Martin Richard† and Sean Collier†}.

(Boston: Jeff Glor) The day of ceremonies in Boston reviewed; scenes shown of the Richard family with daughter Jane, who lost a leg, the moment of silence on Boylston Street, and the flag-raising at the finish line. [Massachusetts Governor Deval PATRICK††, survivors Patrick DOWNES††, Adrianne HASLET-DAVIS††, Vice President Joe BIDEN – speak.] Security for the upcoming marathon discussed.

(Boston: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Cambridge, Massachusetts: Chip Reid) The story of “Danny,” who was carjacked by the bombers, Tamerlan & Dzhokhar Tsarnaev††, to drive to New York, presented; police radio transmission played. [“DANNY” – recounts what happened.]

Pelley, Scott;
Glor, Jeff;
Reid, Chip

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