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The deadly bombing at the Boston Marathon Monday has left at least three people dead — including an 8-year-old boy — and more than 130 others wounded.
Two explosions rocked the Boston Marathon near the finish line, causing multiple casualties and sending the city into chaos. Another explosion occurred at the JFK Library, but authorities were unsure if the incidents were linked.
The blasts downtown in Copley Square occurred just before 3:00 p.m., according to MyFoxBoston.
There is no “person of interest” in custody, said Commissioner Ed Davis at an evening press conference.
FBI Special Agent In Charge Richard DesLauriers said the criminal probe is a potential terrorism investigation. “I encourage everyone to have a heightened state of vigilance in the Boston area,” he said. Boston Marathon Explosion Photos (GRAPHIC) Video Of The Bombing Third Explosion At JFK Library Witnesses Describe Scene In Boston Bombing Timeline President Obama Calls FBI Director After Bombing Justice Department Directing Full Resources To Investigate Prayers For Boston ‘Heightened Security’ In D.C. How To Help Boston Marathon Victims Department Of Homeland Security Providing ‘Whatever Assistance’ Needed Google Person Finder History Of U.S. Bombings