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15 beseer in ontploffing by Swiss Restaurant


Die kombuis is verwoes en die vensters het uitgeblaas toe 'n klein gashouer wat gebruik is om crème brûlée aan te steek, ontplof

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'N Klein blaasvlam wat vir crème brûlée gebruik is, het in 'n restaurant ontplof en 15 beseer.

Vyftien mense is beseer en die gebou het die naweek groot skade opgedoen toe 'n klein gashouer wat gebruik is om die bokant van die crème brûlée te karameliseer, in 'n stampvol Franse en Italiaanse restaurant in Switserland ontplof het.

Volgens The Local Switzerland het die ontploffing plaasgevind op Saterdag, 7 April, te midde van die middagete in 'n restaurant genaamd Les Tilleuls in Genève. Volgens reddingspersoneel blyk dit dat die brand 'n ongeluk was, en dat 'n klein gashouer wat aan 'n klein blaasvlam vasgemaak is, gebruik om crème brûlée te ontplof.

Na bewering was die houer baie klein, maar die ontploffing wat gevolg is, was groot genoeg om die restaurant se kombuis heeltemal te vernietig. Dit het ook die vensters van die restaurant verpletter en glas het oor 'n oorvol terras geval.

Die ontploffing het die restaurant aansienlike skade aangerig en 15 mense is beseer, waaronder twee restaurantmedewerkers wat in die kombuis was toe die ontploffing plaasgevind het en glo brandwonde opgedoen het. Agt van die beseerdes is na die hospitaal gestuur vir behandeling, maar gelukkig is nie een van die beserings lewensgevaarlik nie. Dit is een van die redes waarom dit as een van die moeilikste maar indrukwekkendste nageregte beskou moet word om 'n fakkel te hanteer om die bros karamellaag bo -op die crème brûlée te skep.


3 dood, ten minste 140 seergemaak in ontploffings by die Boston Marathon -eindstreep

BOSTON (CBS) – Drie mense is dood en meer as 140 beseer nadat twee bomme Maandagmiddag naby die Boston Marathon -eindstreep afgegaan het. WBZ-TV het bevestig dat 'n 8-jarige seun onder die dooies is.

Een ontploffing het omstreeks 14:50 gebeur. buite Marathon Sports in Boylstonstraat terwyl duisende hardlopers die wedloop voltooi het. Sekondes later het 'n tweede ontploffing verder op die marathonroete voor Forum, 'n restaurant met 'n patio, plaasgevind.

Daar was twee ongelooflike kragtige ontploffings net 'n paar sekondes uitmekaar, 'sê Lisa Hughes, WBZ-TV, wat op die toneel was vir die marathon.

Kyk: Rou video van ontploffings

Kyk: Runner's Video of Explosion

Ed Davis, polisiekommissaris van Boston, het tydens 'n middag-nuuskonferensie aan verslaggewers gesê dat daar gelyktydige ontploffings was en ongeveer 822050 tot 100 meter van mekaar af was.

Volgens CBS News -korrespondent Bob Orr was twee bomme in asblikke naby die kykarea naby die eindstreep. Twee onontplofte toestelle is ongeskonde gevind, volgens CBS News.

Orr berig dat die owerhede 'n sekuriteitsvideo uit die gebied teruggevind het waarin 'n man met twee rugsakke naby die toneel twee oomblikke voor die ontploffing verskyn het.

Die polisie en federale amptenare verlaat 'n woonstelkompleks in Revere met 'n moontlike verband met die vroeëre ontploffings tydens die Boston Marathon. (Foto deur Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Kommissaris Davis het gesê dat daar geen arrestasies was nie en dat hulle baie mense ondervra. ” Op 'n vraag of dit 'n terreuraanval was, het Davis gesê “ u kan u eie gevolgtrekkings daaroor maak. ”

Volgens Orr vloei federale agentskappe tans op in Boston, en#8220.

Laat Maandagaand het wetstoepassers van verskeie agentskappe, waaronder die Boston -polisie, 'n woonstel op Ocean Ave in Revere, 'n voorstad van Boston, gesoek. Dit is nie bekend of die soektog verband hou met die ontploffings nie.

In 'n onderhoud met WBZ-TV, het Bill Keating gesê dat hy meegedeel is dat nog twee toestelle gevind is, maar nie ontplof het nie. Die een was na bewering in 'n hotel naby Copley Square, die ander op 'n onbekende plek.

Niemand het verantwoordelikheid aanvaar nie en daar was geen vooraf waarskuwing nie.

Daar was geen inligting dat dit sou gebeur nie, het Davis gesê.

Police Search Revere -woonstel

In 'n kort verklaring in die Withuis het president Obama gesê: 'Elke persoon, enige verantwoordelike groepe, sal die volle gewig van geregtigheid ervaar.'

“Ons sal uitvind wie dit gedoen het en ons sal hulle aanspreeklik hou, ” het die president gesê. Hy het geen vrae van verslaggewers geantwoord nie.

Kyk: President Obama -verklaring

Die president was in kontak met die goewerneur van Massachusetts, Deval Patrick en die burgemeester van Boston, Tom Menino.

Die Amerikaanse volk sal vanaand 'n gebed vir Boston doen, en Obama het gesê.

Gov. Patrick Nuuskonferensie

Volgens die Brigham and Women ’s -hospitaal behandel hy tot 31 pasiënte van 3 tot 62 jaar oud wat beseer is.

Dr Peter Fagenholz sê daar word 29 pasiënte behandel in die Mass General Hospital en agt van hulle is in 'n kritieke toestand. Hy sê hulle het verskeie amputasies uitgevoer, en die meeste beserings is aan die onderste ledemate.

Daar is 20 slagoffers wat in die Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center behandel word. Die Boston Mediese Sentrum behandel ten minste 23 pasiënte, waaronder twee kinders, waarvan die meeste onderbeenbeserings opgedoen het en Tufts Medical behandel 12 pasiënte.

Sommige mense het ledemate vermis. Ander het bloed op hul koppe gehad.

'N Student van die Universiteit van Boston is kritiek beseer volgens die skool se president.

Daar is baie bloed op die toneel, volgens die vervaardiger van die WBZ-TV, Ken Tucci, wat berig het dat hy meer as tien mense op die draagbaar van die gebied sien wegneem het.

Patrick het 'n verklaring uitgereik waarin hy dit as 'n “ gruwelike dag in Boston noem. ”

"My gedagtes en gebede is by diegene wat beseer is," het Patrick gesê.

Goewerneur Patrick sê aan die inwoners van Boston dat hulle die volgende paar dae 'n groter polisieteenwoordigheid in die stad moet verwag. Hy sê dat daar op die MBTA Dinsdag willekeurige kontrole van tasse en rugsakke sal wees.

Hy doen 'n beroep op die publiek om waaksaam te wees en alles wat verdag is, aan te meld.

Ek het kontak gehad met die president, burgemeester Menino en ons leiers oor openbare veiligheid. Ons fokus daarop om seker te maak dat die omgewing rondom Copley Square veilig en veilig is. Ek vra almal om weg te bly van Copley Square en die eerste respondente hul werk te laat doen. & Rdquo

KYK: WBZ-TV ’s Johnathan Elias Reporting

Verskeie beseerdes is na die marathon mediese tent in die nabygeleë Copley Square gehaas. Die Boston -polisie het die gebied skoongemaak en die wedloop is onmiddellik beëindig.

WBZ-TV en Paul Burton het die wedloop gehardloop ten tyde van die ontploffings. Hy het gesê dit klink soos kanonne in die verte, en skielik begelei die polisie al die hardlopers van die baan.

Volgens Bobby Sisk van WBZ-TV ’s is die hardlopers na Boston Common verskuif.

KYK: WBZ-TV ’'s Lisa Hughes vertel van ontploffings

'N Verpleegster by die eindstreep mediese tent het aan WBZ-TV gesê verskeie kinders is beseer en een vrou het 'n been verloor.

Davis het gesê twee blitslyne is ingestel. Die een is vir gesinne wat op soek is na geliefdes. Die nommer is 617-635-4500.

Die ander lyn is vir almal wat iets voor, tydens of na die ontploffings gesien het. Die nommer is 1-800-494-WENKE.

KYK: WBZ-TV-fotograaf Brian Foley vertel van ontploffing

Davis het almal gewaarsku om van die straat af in die stad te bly en eis dat hulle huis toe of terug na hul hotelle moet gaan om veilig te wees. Sekuriteit is verhoog by hotelle in die middestad. Hy het ook gevra dat mense nie in groepe reis nie.

'N Gebied van 15 blokke rondom die misdaadtoneel is tot verdere kennisgewing vir die publiek gesluit.

Verskeie hardlopers en toeskouers het sakke op die toneel en langs die baan agtergelaat terwyl hulle gevlug het.

Ondersoekers gaan nou deur almal en beskou elkeen as 'n moontlike verdagte toestel as 'n voorsorgmaatreël.

Die FAA het gesê dat dit 'n tydelike vlugbeperking op 'n gebied in Boston op versoek van wetstoepassers geplaas het, maar dat die agentskap geen besonderhede sou bied nie.


3 dood, ten minste 140 seergemaak in ontploffings by die Boston Marathon -eindstreep

BOSTON (CBS) – Drie mense is dood en meer as 140 beseer nadat twee bomme Maandagmiddag naby die Boston Marathon -eindstreep afgegaan het. WBZ-TV het bevestig dat 'n 8-jarige seun onder die dooies is.

Een ontploffing het omstreeks 14:50 gebeur. buite Marathon Sports in Boylstonstraat terwyl duisende hardlopers die wedloop voltooi het. Sekondes later het 'n tweede ontploffing verder op die marathonroete voor Forum, 'n restaurant met 'n patio, plaasgevind.

Daar was twee ongelooflike kragtige ontploffings net 'n paar sekondes uitmekaar, 'sê Lisa Hughes, WBZ-TV, wat op die toneel was vir die marathon.

Kyk: Rou video van ontploffings

Kyk: Runner's Video of Explosion

Ed Davis, polisiekommissaris van Boston, het tydens 'n middag-nuuskonferensie aan verslaggewers gesê dat daar gelyktydige ontploffings was en ongeveer 822050 tot 100 meter van mekaar af was.

Volgens CBS News -korrespondent Bob Orr was twee bomme in asblikke naby die kykarea naby die eindstreep. Twee onontplofte toestelle is ongeskonde gevind, volgens CBS News.

Orr berig dat die owerhede 'n sekuriteitsvideo uit die omgewing teruggevind het waarin 'n man met twee rugsakke naby die toneel twee oomblikke voor die ontploffing verskyn het.

Die polisie en federale amptenare verlaat 'n woonstelkompleks in Revere met 'n moontlike verband met die vroeëre ontploffings tydens die Boston Marathon. (Foto deur Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Kommissaris Davis het gesê dat daar geen arrestasies was nie en dat hulle baie mense ondervra. ” Op 'n vraag of dit 'n terreuraanval was, het Davis gesê “ u kan u eie gevolgtrekkings daaroor maak. ”

Volgens Orr vloei federale agentskappe tans op in Boston en sone#8220.

Laat Maandagaand het wetstoepassers van verskeie agentskappe, waaronder die Boston -polisie, 'n woonstel op Ocean Ave in Revere, 'n voorstad van Boston, gesoek. Dit is nie bekend of die soektog verband hou met die ontploffings nie.

In 'n onderhoud met WBZ-TV, het Bill Keating gesê dat hy meegedeel is dat nog twee toestelle gevind is, maar nie ontplof het nie. Die een was na bewering in 'n hotel naby Copley Square, die ander op 'n onbekende plek.

Niemand het verantwoordelikheid aanvaar nie en daar was geen vooraf waarskuwing nie.

Daar was geen inligting dat dit sou gebeur nie, het Davis gesê.

Police Search Revere -woonstel

In 'n kort verklaring in die Withuis het president Obama gesê: 'Elke persoon, enige verantwoordelike groepe, sal die volle gewig van geregtigheid ervaar.'

“Ons sal uitvind wie dit gedoen het en ons sal hulle aanspreeklik hou, ” het die president gesê. Hy het geen vrae van verslaggewers geantwoord nie.

Kyk: President Obama -verklaring

Die president was in kontak met die goewerneur van Massachusetts, Deval Patrick en die burgemeester van Boston, Tom Menino.

Die Amerikaanse volk sal vanaand 'n gebed vir Boston doen, en Obama het gesê.

Gov. Patrick Nuuskonferensie

Volgens die Brigham and Women ’s -hospitaal behandel hy tot 31 pasiënte van 3 tot 62 jaar oud wat beseer is.

Dr Peter Fagenholz sê daar word 29 pasiënte behandel in die Mass General Hospital en agt van hulle is in 'n kritieke toestand. Hy sê hulle het verskeie amputasies uitgevoer, en die meeste beserings is aan die onderste ledemate.

Daar is 20 slagoffers wat in die Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center behandel word. Die Boston Mediese Sentrum behandel ten minste 23 pasiënte, waaronder twee kinders, waarvan die meeste onderbeenbeserings opgedoen het en Tufts Medical behandel 12 pasiënte.

Sommige mense het ledemate vermis. Ander het bloed op hul koppe gehad.

'N Student aan die Universiteit van Boston is kritiek beseer volgens die president van die skool.

Daar is baie bloed op die toneel, volgens die vervaardiger van die WBZ-TV, Ken Tucci, wat berig het dat meer as tien mense op die draagbaar van die gebied af weggeneem is.

Patrick het 'n verklaring uitgereik waarin hy dit as 'n “ gruwelike dag in Boston noem. ”

"My gedagtes en gebede is by diegene wat beseer is," het Patrick gesê.

Goewerneur Patrick sê aan die inwoners van Boston dat hulle die volgende paar dae 'n groter polisieteenwoordigheid in die stad moet verwag. Hy sê dat daar op die MBTA Dinsdag willekeurige kontrole van tasse en rugsakke sal wees.

Hy doen 'n beroep op die publiek om waaksaam te wees en alles wat verdag is, aan te meld.

Ek het kontak gehad met die president, burgemeester Menino en ons leiers oor openbare veiligheid. Ons fokus daarop om seker te maak dat die omgewing rondom Copley Square veilig en veilig is. Ek vra almal om weg te bly van Copley Square en die eerste respondente hul werk te laat doen. & Rdquo

KYK: WBZ-TV ’s Johnathan Elias Reporting

Verskeie van die beseerdes is na die marathon mediese tent in die nabygeleë Copley Square gehaas. Die Boston -polisie het die gebied skoongemaak en die wedloop is onmiddellik beëindig.

WBZ-TV en Paul Burton het die wedloop gehardloop ten tyde van die ontploffings. Hy het gesê dit klink soos kanonne in die verte, en skielik het die polisie al die hardlopers van die baan af begelei.

Volgens Bobby Sisk van WBZ-TV ’s is die hardlopers na Boston Common verskuif.

KYK: WBZ-TV ’'s Lisa Hughes vertel van ontploffings

'N Verpleegster by die eindstreep mediese tent het aan WBZ-TV gesê verskeie kinders is beseer en een vrou het 'n been verloor.

Davis het gesê twee blitslyne is ingestel. Die een is vir gesinne wat op soek is na geliefdes. Die nommer is 617-635-4500.

Die ander lyn is vir almal wat iets voor, tydens of na die ontploffings gesien het. Die nommer is 1-800-494-WENKE.

KYK: WBZ-TV-fotograaf Brian Foley vertel van ontploffing

Davis het almal gewaarsku om van die straat af in die stad te bly en eis dat hulle huis toe of terug na hul hotelle moet gaan om veilig te wees. Sekuriteit is verhoog by hotelle in die middestad. Hy het ook gevra dat mense nie in groepe reis nie.

'N Gebied van 15 blokke rondom die misdaadtoneel is tot verdere kennisgewing vir die publiek gesluit.

Verskeie hardlopers en toeskouers het sakke op die toneel en langs die baan agtergelaat terwyl hulle gevlug het.

Ondersoekers gaan nou deur almal en beskou elkeen as 'n moontlike verdagte toestel as 'n voorsorgmaatreël.

Die FAA het gesê dat dit 'n tydelike vlugbeperking op 'n gebied in Boston op versoek van wetstoepassers geplaas het, maar dat die agentskap geen besonderhede sou bied nie.


3 dood, ten minste 140 seergemaak in ontploffings by die Boston Marathon -eindstreep

BOSTON (CBS) – Drie mense is dood en meer as 140 beseer nadat twee bomme Maandagmiddag naby die Boston Marathon -eindstreep afgegaan het. WBZ-TV het bevestig dat 'n 8-jarige seun onder die dooies is.

Een ontploffing het omstreeks 14:50 gebeur. buite Marathon Sports in Boylstonstraat terwyl duisende hardlopers die wedloop voltooi het. Sekondes later het 'n tweede ontploffing verder op die marathonroete voor Forum, 'n restaurant met 'n patio, plaasgevind.

Daar was twee ongelooflike kragtige ontploffings net 'n paar sekondes uitmekaar, 'sê Lisa Hughes, WBZ-TV, wat op die toneel was vir die marathon.

Kyk: Rou video van ontploffings

Kyk: Runner's Video of Explosion

Ed Davis, polisiekommissaris van Boston, het tydens 'n middag-nuuskonferensie aan verslaggewers gesê dat daar gelyktydige ontploffings was en ongeveer 822050 tot 100 meter van mekaar af was.

Volgens CBS News -korrespondent Bob Orr was twee bomme in asblikke naby die kykarea naby die eindstreep. Twee onontplofte toestelle is ongeskonde gevind, volgens CBS News.

Orr berig dat die owerhede 'n sekuriteitsvideo uit die omgewing teruggevind het waarin 'n man met twee rugsakke naby die toneel twee oomblikke voor die ontploffing verskyn het.

Polisie en federale amptenare verlaat 'n woonstelkompleks in Revere met 'n moontlike verband met die vroeëre ontploffings tydens die Boston Marathon. (Foto deur Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Kommissaris Davis het gesê dat daar geen arrestasies was nie en dat hulle baie mense ondervra. ” Op 'n vraag of dit 'n terreuraanval was, het Davis gesê “ u kan u eie gevolgtrekkings daaroor maak. ”

Volgens Orr vloei federale agentskappe tans op in Boston en sone#8220.

Laat Maandagaand het wetstoepassers van verskeie agentskappe, waaronder die Boston -polisie, 'n woonstel op Ocean Ave in Revere, 'n voorstad van Boston, gesoek. Dit is nie bekend of die soektog verband hou met die ontploffings nie.

In 'n onderhoud met WBZ-TV, het Bill Keating gesê dat hy meegedeel is dat nog twee toestelle gevind is, maar nie ontplof het nie. Die een was na bewering in 'n hotel naby Copley Square, die ander op 'n onbekende plek.

Niemand het verantwoordelikheid aanvaar nie en daar was geen vooraf waarskuwing nie.

Daar was geen inligting dat dit sou gebeur nie, het Davis gesê.

Police Search Revere -woonstel

In 'n kort verklaring in die Withuis het president Obama gesê: 'Elke persoon, enige verantwoordelike groepe, sal die volle gewig van geregtigheid ervaar.'

“Ons sal uitvind wie dit gedoen het en ons sal hulle aanspreeklik hou, ” het die president gesê. Hy het geen vrae van verslaggewers geantwoord nie.

Kyk: President Obama -verklaring

Die president was in kontak met die goewerneur van Massachusetts, Deval Patrick en die burgemeester van Boston, Tom Menino.

Die Amerikaanse volk sal vanaand 'n gebed vir Boston doen, en Obama het gesê.

Gov. Patrick Nuuskonferensie

Volgens die Brigham and Women ’s -hospitaal behandel hy tot 31 pasiënte van 3 tot 62 jaar oud wat beseer is.

Dr Peter Fagenholz sê daar word 29 pasiënte behandel in die Mass General Hospital en agt van hulle is in 'n kritieke toestand. Hy sê hulle het verskeie amputasies uitgevoer, en die meeste beserings is aan die onderste ledemate.

Daar is 20 slagoffers wat in die Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center behandel word. Die Boston Mediese Sentrum behandel ten minste 23 pasiënte, waaronder twee kinders, waarvan die meeste onderbeenbeserings opgedoen het en Tufts Medical behandel 12 pasiënte.

Sommige mense het ledemate vermis. Ander het bloed op hul koppe gehad.

'N Student van die Universiteit van Boston is kritiek beseer volgens die skool se president.

Daar is baie bloed op die toneel, volgens die vervaardiger van die WBZ-TV, Ken Tucci, wat berig het dat meer as tien mense op die draagbaar van die gebied af weggeneem is.

Patrick het 'n verklaring uitgereik waarin hy dit as 'n “ gruwelike dag in Boston noem. ”

"My gedagtes en gebede is by diegene wat beseer is," het Patrick gesê.

Goewerneur Patrick sê aan die inwoners van Boston dat hulle die volgende paar dae 'n groter polisieteenwoordigheid in die stad moet verwag. Hy sê dat daar op die MBTA Dinsdag willekeurige kontrole van tasse en rugsakke sal wees.

Hy doen 'n beroep op die publiek om waaksaam te wees en alles wat verdag is, aan te meld.

Ek het kontak gehad met die president, burgemeester Menino en ons leiers oor openbare veiligheid. Ons fokus daarop om seker te maak dat die omgewing rondom Copley Square veilig en veilig is. Ek vra almal om weg te bly van Copley Square en die eerste respondente hul werk te laat doen. & Rdquo

KYK: WBZ-TV ’s Johnathan Elias Reporting

Verskeie beseerdes is na die marathon mediese tent in die nabygeleë Copley Square gehaas. Die Boston -polisie het die gebied skoongemaak en die wedloop is onmiddellik beëindig.

WBZ-TV en Paul Burton het die wedloop gehardloop ten tyde van die ontploffings. Hy het gesê dit klink soos kanonne in die verte, en skielik het die polisie al die hardlopers van die baan af begelei.

Volgens Bobby Sisk van WBZ-TV ’s is die hardlopers na Boston Common verskuif.

KYK: WBZ-TV ’'s Lisa Hughes vertel van ontploffings

'N Verpleegster by die eindstreep mediese tent het aan WBZ-TV gesê verskeie kinders is beseer en een vrou het 'n been verloor.

Davis het gesê twee blitslyne is ingestel. Die een is vir gesinne wat op soek is na geliefdes. Die nommer is 617-635-4500.

Die ander lyn is vir almal wat iets voor, tydens of na die ontploffings gesien het. Die nommer is 1-800-494-WENKE.

KYK: WBZ-TV-fotograaf Brian Foley vertel van ontploffing

Davis het almal gemaan om van die straat af in die stad te bly en eis dat hulle huis toe of terug na hul hotelle moet gaan om veilig te wees. Sekuriteit by hotelle in die middestad is verhoog. Hy het ook gevra dat mense nie in groepe reis nie.

'N Gebied van 15 blokke rondom die misdaadtoneel is tot verdere kennisgewing vir die publiek gesluit.

Verskeie hardlopers en toeskouers het sakke op die toneel en langs die baan agtergelaat terwyl hulle gevlug het.

Ondersoekers gaan nou deur almal en beskou elkeen as 'n moontlike verdagte toestel as 'n voorsorgmaatreël.

Die FAA het gesê dat dit 'n tydelike vlugbeperking op 'n gebied in Boston op versoek van wetstoepassers geplaas het, maar dat die agentskap geen besonderhede sou bied nie.


3 dood, ten minste 140 seergemaak in ontploffings by die Boston Marathon -eindstreep

BOSTON (CBS) – Drie mense is dood en meer as 140 beseer nadat twee bomme Maandagmiddag naby die Boston Marathon -eindstreep afgegaan het. WBZ-TV het bevestig dat 'n 8-jarige seun onder die dooies is.

Een ontploffing het omstreeks 14:50 gebeur. buite Marathon Sports in Boylstonstraat terwyl duisende hardlopers die wedloop voltooi het. Sekondes later het 'n tweede ontploffing verder op die marathonroete voor Forum, 'n restaurant met 'n patio, plaasgevind.

Daar was twee ongelooflike kragtige ontploffings net 'n paar sekondes uitmekaar, 'sê Lisa Hughes, WBZ-TV, wat op die toneel was vir die marathon.

Kyk: Rou video van ontploffings

Kyk: Runner's Video of Explosion

Ed Davis, polisiekommissaris van Boston, het tydens 'n middag-nuuskonferensie aan verslaggewers gesê dat daar gelyktydige ontploffings was en ongeveer 822050 tot 100 meter van mekaar af was.

Volgens CBS News -korrespondent Bob Orr was twee bomme in asblikke naby die kykarea naby die eindstreep. Twee onontplofte toestelle is ongeskonde gevind, volgens CBS News.

Orr berig dat die owerhede 'n sekuriteitsvideo uit die gebied teruggevind het waarin 'n man met twee rugsakke naby die toneel twee oomblikke voor die ontploffing verskyn het.

Die polisie en federale amptenare verlaat 'n woonstelkompleks in Revere met 'n moontlike verband met die vroeëre ontploffings tydens die Boston Marathon. (Foto deur Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Kommissaris Davis het gesê dat daar geen arrestasies was nie en dat hulle baie mense ondervra. ” Op 'n vraag of dit 'n terreuraanval was, het Davis gesê “ u kan u eie gevolgtrekkings daaroor maak. ”

Volgens Orr vloei federale agentskappe tans op in Boston en sone#8220.

Laat Maandagaand het wetstoepassers van verskeie agentskappe, waaronder die Boston -polisie, 'n woonstel op Ocean Ave in Revere, 'n voorstad van Boston, gesoek. Dit is nie bekend of die soektog verband hou met die ontploffings nie.

In 'n onderhoud met WBZ-TV, het Bill Keating gesê dat hy meegedeel is dat nog twee toestelle gevind is, maar nie ontplof het nie. Die een was na bewering in 'n hotel naby Copley Square, die ander op 'n onbekende plek.

Niemand het verantwoordelikheid aanvaar nie en daar was geen vooraf waarskuwing nie.

Daar was geen inligting dat dit sou gebeur nie, het Davis gesê.

Police Search Revere -woonstel

In 'n kort verklaring in die Withuis het president Obama gesê: 'Elke persoon, enige verantwoordelike groepe, sal die volle gewig van geregtigheid ervaar.'

“Ons sal uitvind wie dit gedoen het en ons sal hulle aanspreeklik hou, ” het die president gesê. Hy het geen vrae van verslaggewers geantwoord nie.

Kyk: President Obama -verklaring

Die president was in kontak met die goewerneur van Massachusetts, Deval Patrick en die burgemeester van Boston, Tom Menino.

Die Amerikaanse volk sal vanaand 'n gebed vir Boston doen, en Obama het gesê.

Gov. Patrick Nuuskonferensie

Volgens die Brigham and Women ’s -hospitaal behandel hy tot 31 pasiënte van 3 tot 62 jaar oud wat beseer is.

Dr Peter Fagenholz sê daar word 29 pasiënte behandel in die Mass General Hospital en agt van hulle is in 'n kritieke toestand. Hy sê hulle het verskeie amputasies uitgevoer, en die meeste beserings is aan die onderste ledemate.

Daar is 20 slagoffers wat in die Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center behandel word. Boston Mediese Sentrum behandel ten minste 23 pasiënte, waaronder twee kinders, waarvan die meeste onderbeenbeserings opgedoen het en Tufts Medical behandel 12 pasiënte.

Sommige mense het ledemate vermis. Ander het bloed op hul koppe gehad.

'N Student van die Universiteit van Boston is kritiek beseer volgens die skool se president.

Daar is baie bloed op die toneel, volgens die vervaardiger van die WBZ-TV, Ken Tucci, wat berig het dat meer as tien mense op die draagbaar van die gebied af weggeneem is.

Patrick het 'n verklaring uitgereik waarin hy dit as 'n “ gruwelike dag in Boston noem. ”

"My gedagtes en gebede is by diegene wat beseer is," het Patrick gesê.

Goewerneur Patrick sê aan die inwoners van Boston dat hulle die volgende paar dae 'n groter polisieteenwoordigheid in die stad moet verwag. Hy sê dat daar op die MBTA Dinsdag willekeurige kontrole van tasse en rugsakke sal wees.

Hy doen 'n beroep op die publiek om waaksaam te wees en alles wat verdag is, aan te meld.

Ek het kontak gehad met die president, burgemeester Menino en ons leiers oor openbare veiligheid. Ons fokus daarop om seker te maak dat die omgewing rondom Copley Square veilig en veilig is. Ek vra almal om weg te bly van Copley Square en die eerste respondente hul werk te laat doen. & Rdquo

KYK: WBZ-TV ’s Johnathan Elias Reporting

Verskeie van die beseerdes is na die marathon mediese tent in die nabygeleë Copley Square gehaas. Die Boston -polisie het die gebied skoongemaak en die wedloop is onmiddellik beëindig.

WBZ-TV en Paul Burton het die wedloop gehardloop ten tyde van die ontploffings. Hy het gesê dit klink soos kanonne in die verte, en skielik het die polisie al die hardlopers van die baan af begelei.

Volgens Bobby Sisk van WBZ-TV ’s is die hardlopers na Boston Common verskuif.

KYK: WBZ-TV ’'s Lisa Hughes vertel van ontploffings

'N Verpleegster by die eindstreep mediese tent het aan WBZ-TV gesê verskeie kinders is beseer en een vrou het 'n been verloor.

Davis het gesê twee blitslyne is ingestel. Die een is vir gesinne wat op soek is na geliefdes. Die nommer is 617-635-4500.

Die ander lyn is vir almal wat iets voor, tydens of na die ontploffings gesien het. Die nommer is 1-800-494-WENKE.

KYK: WBZ-TV-fotograaf Brian Foley vertel van ontploffing

Davis het almal gewaarsku om van die straat af in die stad te bly en eis dat hulle huis toe of terug na hul hotelle moet gaan om veilig te wees. Sekuriteit is verhoog by hotelle in die middestad. Hy het ook gevra dat mense nie in groepe reis nie.

'N Gebied van 15 blokke rondom die misdaadtoneel is tot verdere kennisgewing vir die publiek gesluit.

Verskeie hardlopers en toeskouers het sakke op die toneel en langs die baan agtergelaat terwyl hulle gevlug het.

Ondersoekers gaan nou deur almal en beskou elkeen as 'n moontlike verdagte toestel as 'n voorsorgmaatreël.

Die FAA het gesê dat dit 'n tydelike vlugbeperking op 'n gebied in Boston op versoek van wetstoepassers geplaas het, maar dat die agentskap geen besonderhede sou bied nie.


3 dood, ten minste 140 seergemaak in ontploffings by die Boston Marathon -eindstreep

BOSTON (CBS) – Drie mense is dood en meer as 140 beseer nadat twee bomme Maandagmiddag naby die Boston Marathon -eindstreep afgegaan het. WBZ-TV het bevestig dat 'n 8-jarige seun onder die dooies is.

Een ontploffing het omstreeks 14:50 gebeur. buite Marathon Sports in Boylstonstraat terwyl duisende hardlopers die wedloop voltooi het. Sekondes later het 'n tweede ontploffing verder op die marathonroete voor Forum, 'n restaurant met 'n patio, plaasgevind.

Daar was twee ongelooflike kragtige ontploffings net 'n paar sekondes uitmekaar, 'sê Lisa Hughes van WBZ-TV, wat op die toneel was om die marathon te dek.

Kyk: Rou video van ontploffings

Kyk: Runner's Video of Explosion

Ed Davis, polisiekommissaris van Boston, het tydens 'n middag-nuuskonferensie aan verslaggewers gesê dat daar gelyktydige ontploffings was en ongeveer 822050 tot 100 meter van mekaar af was.

Volgens CBS News -korrespondent Bob Orr was twee bomme in asblikke naby die kykarea naby die eindstreep. Twee onontplofte toestelle is ongeskonde gevind, volgens CBS News.

Orr berig dat die owerhede 'n sekuriteitsvideo uit die gebied teruggevind het waarin 'n man met twee rugsakke naby die toneel twee oomblikke voor die ontploffing verskyn het.

Polisie en federale amptenare verlaat 'n woonstelkompleks in Revere met 'n moontlike verband met die vroeëre ontploffings tydens die Boston Marathon. (Foto deur Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Kommissaris Davis het gesê dat daar geen arrestasies was nie en dat hulle baie mense ondervra. ” Op 'n vraag of dit 'n terreuraanval was, het Davis gesê “ u kan u eie gevolgtrekkings daaroor maak. ”

Volgens Orr vloei federale agentskappe tans op in Boston en sone#8220.

Laat Maandagaand het wetstoepassers van verskeie agentskappe, waaronder die Boston -polisie, 'n woonstel op Ocean Ave in Revere, 'n voorstad van Boston, gesoek. Dit is nie bekend of die soektog verband hou met die ontploffings nie.

In 'n onderhoud met WBZ-TV, het Bill Keating gesê dat hy meegedeel is dat nog twee toestelle gevind is, maar nie ontplof het nie. Die een was na bewering in 'n hotel naby Copley Square, die ander op 'n onbekende plek.

Niemand het verantwoordelikheid aanvaar nie en daar was geen vooraf waarskuwing nie.

Daar was geen inligting dat dit sou gebeur nie, het Davis gesê.

Police Search Revere -woonstel

In 'n kort verklaring in die Withuis het president Obama gesê: 'Elke persoon, enige verantwoordelike groepe, sal die volle gewig van geregtigheid ervaar.'

“Ons sal uitvind wie dit gedoen het en ons sal hulle aanspreeklik hou, ” het die president gesê. Hy het geen vrae van verslaggewers geantwoord nie.

Kyk: President Obama -verklaring

Die president was in kontak met die goewerneur van Massachusetts, Deval Patrick en die burgemeester van Boston, Tom Menino.

Die Amerikaanse volk sal vanaand 'n gebed vir Boston doen, en Obama het gesê.

Gov. Patrick Nuuskonferensie

Volgens die Brigham and Women ’s -hospitaal behandel hy tot 31 pasiënte van 3 tot 62 jaar oud wat beseer is.

Dr Peter Fagenholz sê daar word 29 pasiënte behandel in die Mass General Hospital en agt van hulle is in 'n kritieke toestand. Hy sê hulle het verskeie amputasies uitgevoer, en die meeste beserings is aan die onderste ledemate.

Daar is 20 slagoffers wat in die Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center behandel word. Boston Mediese Sentrum behandel ten minste 23 pasiënte, waaronder twee kinders, waarvan die meeste onderbeenbeserings opgedoen het en Tufts Medical behandel 12 pasiënte.

Sommige mense het ledemate vermis. Ander het bloed op hul koppe gehad.

A Boston University student was critically injured according to the school’s president.

“There’s a lot of blood” at the scene, according to WBZ-TV producer Ken Tucci, who reported seeing more than ten people taken away from the area on stretchers.

Patrick released a statement calling it a “horrific day in Boston.”

“My thoughts and prayers are with those who have been injured,” Patrick said.

Governor Patrick tells the people of Boston to expect a heightened police presence around the city in the next few days. He says that there will be random checks of bags and backpacks on the MBTA Tuesday.

He urges the public to be vigilant and report anything suspicious.

“I have been in touch with the President, Mayor Menino and our public safety leaders. Our focus is on making sure that the area around Copley Square is safe and secured. I am asking everyone to stay away from Copley Square and let the first responders do their jobs.&rdquo

WATCH: WBZ-TV’s Johnathan Elias Reporting

Several of the injured were rushed to the marathon medical tent in nearby Copley Square. Boston Police cleared out the area and the race was ended immediately.

WBZ-TV’s Paul Burton was running the race at the time of the explosions. He said it sounded like cannons in the distance and then all of sudden, police were escorting all the runners off of the course.

According to WBZ-TV’s Bobby Sisk, those runners were being moved to Boston Common.

WATCH: WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes Recounts Explosions

A nurse at the finish line medical tent told WBZ-TV several children were hurt and one woman had lost a leg.

Davis said two hotlines have been set up. One is for families looking for loved ones. That number is 617-635-4500.

The other line is for anyone who may have seen anything before, during or after the explosions. That number is 1-800-494-TIPS.

WATCH: WBZ-TV Photographer Brian Foley Recounts Explosion

Davis warned everyone to stay off the streets downtown, demanding they head home or back to their hotels to be safe. Security has been increased at downtown hotels. He also asked that people not travel in groups.

A 15-block area around the crime scene has been shut down to the public until further notice.

Several runners and spectators left bags behind at the scene and along the course as they fled.

Investigators are now going through all of them, treating each as a possible suspicious device as a precaution.

The FAA said it placed a temporary flight restriction “over an area in Boston at the request of law enforcement,” but the agency would not offer any specifics.


3 Dead, At Least 140 Hurt In Explosions At Boston Marathon Finish Line

BOSTON (CBS) – Three people are dead and more than 140 injured after two bombs went off near the Boston Marathon finish line Monday afternoon. WBZ-TV has confirmed an 8-year-old boy is among the dead.

One explosion happened around 2:50 p.m. outside Marathon Sports on Boylston Street as thousands of runners were finishing the race. Seconds later, a second explosion occurred further up the marathon route in front of Forum, a restaurant with a patio.

There were two “incredibly powerful explosions just seconds apart,” said WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes, who was at the scene covering the marathon.

Watch: Raw Video of Explosions

Watch: Runner’s Video Of Explosion

Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis told reporters at an afternoon news conference there were “simultaneous explosions” that were about 󈬢-to-100 yards apart.”

According to CBS News correspondent Bob Orr, two bombs were inside trash cans near the viewing area close to the finish line. Two unexploded devices has been recovered intact, according to CBS News.

Orr is reporting that authorities have recovered surveillance video from the area which shows a man with what looked to be two backpacks near the scene just moments before the blast.

Police and federal officials exit an apartment complex in Revere with a possible connection to the earlier explosions during the Boston Marathon. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Commissioner Davis said there have been no arrests and that they’re questioning “many people.” When asked if it was a terrorist attack, Davis said “you can reach your own conclusions on that.”

Federal agencies are “flooding the zone” in Boston right now, according to Orr.

Late Monday night, law enforcement officials from several agencies, including the Boston Police, were searching an apartment on Ocean Ave. in Revere, a suburb of Boston. It is not known if the search is connected to the explosions.

In an interview with WBZ-TV, Rep. Bill Keating said he had been told two more devices were found, but not detonated. One was said to be at a hotel near Copley Square, the other was at an undisclosed location.

No one has claimed responsibility and there was no advance warning.

“There was no information that this was going to happen,” Davis said.

Police Search Revere Apartment

In a brief statement at the White House, President Obama said “Any individual, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice.”

“We will find out who did this and we will hold them accountable,” the president said. He did not take any questions from reporters.

Watch: President Obama Statement

The president has been in contact with Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Tom Menino.

“The American people will say a prayer for Boston tonight,” Mr. Obama said.

Gov. Patrick News Conference

Brigham and Women’s Hospital says it’s treating as many as 31 patients from ages 3 to 62 years old injured in the blast.

Dr. Peter Fagenholz says there are 29 patients being treated at Mass General Hospital and eight of them are in critical condition. He says they have performed several amputations, and most of the injuries are to the lower extremities.

There are 20 victims being treated at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Boston Medical Center is treating at least 23 patients, including two children, most of whom have received lower leg injuries and Tufts Medical is treating 12 patients.

Some people were missing limbs. Others had blood on their heads.

A Boston University student was critically injured according to the school’s president.

“There’s a lot of blood” at the scene, according to WBZ-TV producer Ken Tucci, who reported seeing more than ten people taken away from the area on stretchers.

Patrick released a statement calling it a “horrific day in Boston.”

“My thoughts and prayers are with those who have been injured,” Patrick said.

Governor Patrick tells the people of Boston to expect a heightened police presence around the city in the next few days. He says that there will be random checks of bags and backpacks on the MBTA Tuesday.

He urges the public to be vigilant and report anything suspicious.

“I have been in touch with the President, Mayor Menino and our public safety leaders. Our focus is on making sure that the area around Copley Square is safe and secured. I am asking everyone to stay away from Copley Square and let the first responders do their jobs.&rdquo

WATCH: WBZ-TV’s Johnathan Elias Reporting

Several of the injured were rushed to the marathon medical tent in nearby Copley Square. Boston Police cleared out the area and the race was ended immediately.

WBZ-TV’s Paul Burton was running the race at the time of the explosions. He said it sounded like cannons in the distance and then all of sudden, police were escorting all the runners off of the course.

According to WBZ-TV’s Bobby Sisk, those runners were being moved to Boston Common.

WATCH: WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes Recounts Explosions

A nurse at the finish line medical tent told WBZ-TV several children were hurt and one woman had lost a leg.

Davis said two hotlines have been set up. One is for families looking for loved ones. That number is 617-635-4500.

The other line is for anyone who may have seen anything before, during or after the explosions. That number is 1-800-494-TIPS.

WATCH: WBZ-TV Photographer Brian Foley Recounts Explosion

Davis warned everyone to stay off the streets downtown, demanding they head home or back to their hotels to be safe. Security has been increased at downtown hotels. He also asked that people not travel in groups.

A 15-block area around the crime scene has been shut down to the public until further notice.

Several runners and spectators left bags behind at the scene and along the course as they fled.

Investigators are now going through all of them, treating each as a possible suspicious device as a precaution.

The FAA said it placed a temporary flight restriction “over an area in Boston at the request of law enforcement,” but the agency would not offer any specifics.


3 Dead, At Least 140 Hurt In Explosions At Boston Marathon Finish Line

BOSTON (CBS) – Three people are dead and more than 140 injured after two bombs went off near the Boston Marathon finish line Monday afternoon. WBZ-TV has confirmed an 8-year-old boy is among the dead.

One explosion happened around 2:50 p.m. outside Marathon Sports on Boylston Street as thousands of runners were finishing the race. Seconds later, a second explosion occurred further up the marathon route in front of Forum, a restaurant with a patio.

There were two “incredibly powerful explosions just seconds apart,” said WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes, who was at the scene covering the marathon.

Watch: Raw Video of Explosions

Watch: Runner’s Video Of Explosion

Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis told reporters at an afternoon news conference there were “simultaneous explosions” that were about 󈬢-to-100 yards apart.”

According to CBS News correspondent Bob Orr, two bombs were inside trash cans near the viewing area close to the finish line. Two unexploded devices has been recovered intact, according to CBS News.

Orr is reporting that authorities have recovered surveillance video from the area which shows a man with what looked to be two backpacks near the scene just moments before the blast.

Police and federal officials exit an apartment complex in Revere with a possible connection to the earlier explosions during the Boston Marathon. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Commissioner Davis said there have been no arrests and that they’re questioning “many people.” When asked if it was a terrorist attack, Davis said “you can reach your own conclusions on that.”

Federal agencies are “flooding the zone” in Boston right now, according to Orr.

Late Monday night, law enforcement officials from several agencies, including the Boston Police, were searching an apartment on Ocean Ave. in Revere, a suburb of Boston. It is not known if the search is connected to the explosions.

In an interview with WBZ-TV, Rep. Bill Keating said he had been told two more devices were found, but not detonated. One was said to be at a hotel near Copley Square, the other was at an undisclosed location.

No one has claimed responsibility and there was no advance warning.

“There was no information that this was going to happen,” Davis said.

Police Search Revere Apartment

In a brief statement at the White House, President Obama said “Any individual, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice.”

“We will find out who did this and we will hold them accountable,” the president said. He did not take any questions from reporters.

Watch: President Obama Statement

The president has been in contact with Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Tom Menino.

“The American people will say a prayer for Boston tonight,” Mr. Obama said.

Gov. Patrick News Conference

Brigham and Women’s Hospital says it’s treating as many as 31 patients from ages 3 to 62 years old injured in the blast.

Dr. Peter Fagenholz says there are 29 patients being treated at Mass General Hospital and eight of them are in critical condition. He says they have performed several amputations, and most of the injuries are to the lower extremities.

There are 20 victims being treated at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Boston Medical Center is treating at least 23 patients, including two children, most of whom have received lower leg injuries and Tufts Medical is treating 12 patients.

Some people were missing limbs. Others had blood on their heads.

A Boston University student was critically injured according to the school’s president.

“There’s a lot of blood” at the scene, according to WBZ-TV producer Ken Tucci, who reported seeing more than ten people taken away from the area on stretchers.

Patrick released a statement calling it a “horrific day in Boston.”

“My thoughts and prayers are with those who have been injured,” Patrick said.

Governor Patrick tells the people of Boston to expect a heightened police presence around the city in the next few days. He says that there will be random checks of bags and backpacks on the MBTA Tuesday.

He urges the public to be vigilant and report anything suspicious.

“I have been in touch with the President, Mayor Menino and our public safety leaders. Our focus is on making sure that the area around Copley Square is safe and secured. I am asking everyone to stay away from Copley Square and let the first responders do their jobs.&rdquo

WATCH: WBZ-TV’s Johnathan Elias Reporting

Several of the injured were rushed to the marathon medical tent in nearby Copley Square. Boston Police cleared out the area and the race was ended immediately.

WBZ-TV’s Paul Burton was running the race at the time of the explosions. He said it sounded like cannons in the distance and then all of sudden, police were escorting all the runners off of the course.

According to WBZ-TV’s Bobby Sisk, those runners were being moved to Boston Common.

WATCH: WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes Recounts Explosions

A nurse at the finish line medical tent told WBZ-TV several children were hurt and one woman had lost a leg.

Davis said two hotlines have been set up. One is for families looking for loved ones. That number is 617-635-4500.

The other line is for anyone who may have seen anything before, during or after the explosions. That number is 1-800-494-TIPS.

WATCH: WBZ-TV Photographer Brian Foley Recounts Explosion

Davis warned everyone to stay off the streets downtown, demanding they head home or back to their hotels to be safe. Security has been increased at downtown hotels. He also asked that people not travel in groups.

A 15-block area around the crime scene has been shut down to the public until further notice.

Several runners and spectators left bags behind at the scene and along the course as they fled.

Investigators are now going through all of them, treating each as a possible suspicious device as a precaution.

The FAA said it placed a temporary flight restriction “over an area in Boston at the request of law enforcement,” but the agency would not offer any specifics.


3 Dead, At Least 140 Hurt In Explosions At Boston Marathon Finish Line

BOSTON (CBS) – Three people are dead and more than 140 injured after two bombs went off near the Boston Marathon finish line Monday afternoon. WBZ-TV has confirmed an 8-year-old boy is among the dead.

One explosion happened around 2:50 p.m. outside Marathon Sports on Boylston Street as thousands of runners were finishing the race. Seconds later, a second explosion occurred further up the marathon route in front of Forum, a restaurant with a patio.

There were two “incredibly powerful explosions just seconds apart,” said WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes, who was at the scene covering the marathon.

Watch: Raw Video of Explosions

Watch: Runner’s Video Of Explosion

Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis told reporters at an afternoon news conference there were “simultaneous explosions” that were about 󈬢-to-100 yards apart.”

According to CBS News correspondent Bob Orr, two bombs were inside trash cans near the viewing area close to the finish line. Two unexploded devices has been recovered intact, according to CBS News.

Orr is reporting that authorities have recovered surveillance video from the area which shows a man with what looked to be two backpacks near the scene just moments before the blast.

Police and federal officials exit an apartment complex in Revere with a possible connection to the earlier explosions during the Boston Marathon. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Commissioner Davis said there have been no arrests and that they’re questioning “many people.” When asked if it was a terrorist attack, Davis said “you can reach your own conclusions on that.”

Federal agencies are “flooding the zone” in Boston right now, according to Orr.

Late Monday night, law enforcement officials from several agencies, including the Boston Police, were searching an apartment on Ocean Ave. in Revere, a suburb of Boston. It is not known if the search is connected to the explosions.

In an interview with WBZ-TV, Rep. Bill Keating said he had been told two more devices were found, but not detonated. One was said to be at a hotel near Copley Square, the other was at an undisclosed location.

No one has claimed responsibility and there was no advance warning.

“There was no information that this was going to happen,” Davis said.

Police Search Revere Apartment

In a brief statement at the White House, President Obama said “Any individual, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice.”

“We will find out who did this and we will hold them accountable,” the president said. He did not take any questions from reporters.

Watch: President Obama Statement

The president has been in contact with Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Tom Menino.

“The American people will say a prayer for Boston tonight,” Mr. Obama said.

Gov. Patrick News Conference

Brigham and Women’s Hospital says it’s treating as many as 31 patients from ages 3 to 62 years old injured in the blast.

Dr. Peter Fagenholz says there are 29 patients being treated at Mass General Hospital and eight of them are in critical condition. He says they have performed several amputations, and most of the injuries are to the lower extremities.

There are 20 victims being treated at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Boston Medical Center is treating at least 23 patients, including two children, most of whom have received lower leg injuries and Tufts Medical is treating 12 patients.

Some people were missing limbs. Others had blood on their heads.

A Boston University student was critically injured according to the school’s president.

“There’s a lot of blood” at the scene, according to WBZ-TV producer Ken Tucci, who reported seeing more than ten people taken away from the area on stretchers.

Patrick released a statement calling it a “horrific day in Boston.”

“My thoughts and prayers are with those who have been injured,” Patrick said.

Governor Patrick tells the people of Boston to expect a heightened police presence around the city in the next few days. He says that there will be random checks of bags and backpacks on the MBTA Tuesday.

He urges the public to be vigilant and report anything suspicious.

“I have been in touch with the President, Mayor Menino and our public safety leaders. Our focus is on making sure that the area around Copley Square is safe and secured. I am asking everyone to stay away from Copley Square and let the first responders do their jobs.&rdquo

WATCH: WBZ-TV’s Johnathan Elias Reporting

Several of the injured were rushed to the marathon medical tent in nearby Copley Square. Boston Police cleared out the area and the race was ended immediately.

WBZ-TV’s Paul Burton was running the race at the time of the explosions. He said it sounded like cannons in the distance and then all of sudden, police were escorting all the runners off of the course.

According to WBZ-TV’s Bobby Sisk, those runners were being moved to Boston Common.

WATCH: WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes Recounts Explosions

A nurse at the finish line medical tent told WBZ-TV several children were hurt and one woman had lost a leg.

Davis said two hotlines have been set up. One is for families looking for loved ones. That number is 617-635-4500.

The other line is for anyone who may have seen anything before, during or after the explosions. That number is 1-800-494-TIPS.

WATCH: WBZ-TV Photographer Brian Foley Recounts Explosion

Davis warned everyone to stay off the streets downtown, demanding they head home or back to their hotels to be safe. Security has been increased at downtown hotels. He also asked that people not travel in groups.

A 15-block area around the crime scene has been shut down to the public until further notice.

Several runners and spectators left bags behind at the scene and along the course as they fled.

Investigators are now going through all of them, treating each as a possible suspicious device as a precaution.

The FAA said it placed a temporary flight restriction “over an area in Boston at the request of law enforcement,” but the agency would not offer any specifics.


3 Dead, At Least 140 Hurt In Explosions At Boston Marathon Finish Line

BOSTON (CBS) – Three people are dead and more than 140 injured after two bombs went off near the Boston Marathon finish line Monday afternoon. WBZ-TV has confirmed an 8-year-old boy is among the dead.

One explosion happened around 2:50 p.m. outside Marathon Sports on Boylston Street as thousands of runners were finishing the race. Seconds later, a second explosion occurred further up the marathon route in front of Forum, a restaurant with a patio.

There were two “incredibly powerful explosions just seconds apart,” said WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes, who was at the scene covering the marathon.

Watch: Raw Video of Explosions

Watch: Runner’s Video Of Explosion

Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis told reporters at an afternoon news conference there were “simultaneous explosions” that were about 󈬢-to-100 yards apart.”

According to CBS News correspondent Bob Orr, two bombs were inside trash cans near the viewing area close to the finish line. Two unexploded devices has been recovered intact, according to CBS News.

Orr is reporting that authorities have recovered surveillance video from the area which shows a man with what looked to be two backpacks near the scene just moments before the blast.

Police and federal officials exit an apartment complex in Revere with a possible connection to the earlier explosions during the Boston Marathon. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Commissioner Davis said there have been no arrests and that they’re questioning “many people.” When asked if it was a terrorist attack, Davis said “you can reach your own conclusions on that.”

Federal agencies are “flooding the zone” in Boston right now, according to Orr.

Late Monday night, law enforcement officials from several agencies, including the Boston Police, were searching an apartment on Ocean Ave. in Revere, a suburb of Boston. It is not known if the search is connected to the explosions.

In an interview with WBZ-TV, Rep. Bill Keating said he had been told two more devices were found, but not detonated. One was said to be at a hotel near Copley Square, the other was at an undisclosed location.

No one has claimed responsibility and there was no advance warning.

“There was no information that this was going to happen,” Davis said.

Police Search Revere Apartment

In a brief statement at the White House, President Obama said “Any individual, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice.”

“We will find out who did this and we will hold them accountable,” the president said. He did not take any questions from reporters.

Watch: President Obama Statement

The president has been in contact with Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Tom Menino.

“The American people will say a prayer for Boston tonight,” Mr. Obama said.

Gov. Patrick News Conference

Brigham and Women’s Hospital says it’s treating as many as 31 patients from ages 3 to 62 years old injured in the blast.

Dr. Peter Fagenholz says there are 29 patients being treated at Mass General Hospital and eight of them are in critical condition. He says they have performed several amputations, and most of the injuries are to the lower extremities.

There are 20 victims being treated at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Boston Medical Center is treating at least 23 patients, including two children, most of whom have received lower leg injuries and Tufts Medical is treating 12 patients.

Some people were missing limbs. Others had blood on their heads.

A Boston University student was critically injured according to the school’s president.

“There’s a lot of blood” at the scene, according to WBZ-TV producer Ken Tucci, who reported seeing more than ten people taken away from the area on stretchers.

Patrick released a statement calling it a “horrific day in Boston.”

“My thoughts and prayers are with those who have been injured,” Patrick said.

Governor Patrick tells the people of Boston to expect a heightened police presence around the city in the next few days. He says that there will be random checks of bags and backpacks on the MBTA Tuesday.

He urges the public to be vigilant and report anything suspicious.

“I have been in touch with the President, Mayor Menino and our public safety leaders. Our focus is on making sure that the area around Copley Square is safe and secured. I am asking everyone to stay away from Copley Square and let the first responders do their jobs.&rdquo

WATCH: WBZ-TV’s Johnathan Elias Reporting

Several of the injured were rushed to the marathon medical tent in nearby Copley Square. Boston Police cleared out the area and the race was ended immediately.

WBZ-TV’s Paul Burton was running the race at the time of the explosions. He said it sounded like cannons in the distance and then all of sudden, police were escorting all the runners off of the course.

According to WBZ-TV’s Bobby Sisk, those runners were being moved to Boston Common.

WATCH: WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes Recounts Explosions

A nurse at the finish line medical tent told WBZ-TV several children were hurt and one woman had lost a leg.

Davis said two hotlines have been set up. One is for families looking for loved ones. That number is 617-635-4500.

The other line is for anyone who may have seen anything before, during or after the explosions. That number is 1-800-494-TIPS.

WATCH: WBZ-TV Photographer Brian Foley Recounts Explosion

Davis warned everyone to stay off the streets downtown, demanding they head home or back to their hotels to be safe. Security has been increased at downtown hotels. He also asked that people not travel in groups.

A 15-block area around the crime scene has been shut down to the public until further notice.

Several runners and spectators left bags behind at the scene and along the course as they fled.

Investigators are now going through all of them, treating each as a possible suspicious device as a precaution.

The FAA said it placed a temporary flight restriction “over an area in Boston at the request of law enforcement,” but the agency would not offer any specifics.


3 Dead, At Least 140 Hurt In Explosions At Boston Marathon Finish Line

BOSTON (CBS) – Three people are dead and more than 140 injured after two bombs went off near the Boston Marathon finish line Monday afternoon. WBZ-TV has confirmed an 8-year-old boy is among the dead.

One explosion happened around 2:50 p.m. outside Marathon Sports on Boylston Street as thousands of runners were finishing the race. Seconds later, a second explosion occurred further up the marathon route in front of Forum, a restaurant with a patio.

There were two “incredibly powerful explosions just seconds apart,” said WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes, who was at the scene covering the marathon.

Watch: Raw Video of Explosions

Watch: Runner’s Video Of Explosion

Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis told reporters at an afternoon news conference there were “simultaneous explosions” that were about 󈬢-to-100 yards apart.”

According to CBS News correspondent Bob Orr, two bombs were inside trash cans near the viewing area close to the finish line. Two unexploded devices has been recovered intact, according to CBS News.

Orr is reporting that authorities have recovered surveillance video from the area which shows a man with what looked to be two backpacks near the scene just moments before the blast.

Police and federal officials exit an apartment complex in Revere with a possible connection to the earlier explosions during the Boston Marathon. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Commissioner Davis said there have been no arrests and that they’re questioning “many people.” When asked if it was a terrorist attack, Davis said “you can reach your own conclusions on that.”

Federal agencies are “flooding the zone” in Boston right now, according to Orr.

Late Monday night, law enforcement officials from several agencies, including the Boston Police, were searching an apartment on Ocean Ave. in Revere, a suburb of Boston. It is not known if the search is connected to the explosions.

In an interview with WBZ-TV, Rep. Bill Keating said he had been told two more devices were found, but not detonated. One was said to be at a hotel near Copley Square, the other was at an undisclosed location.

No one has claimed responsibility and there was no advance warning.

“There was no information that this was going to happen,” Davis said.

Police Search Revere Apartment

In a brief statement at the White House, President Obama said “Any individual, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice.”

“We will find out who did this and we will hold them accountable,” the president said. He did not take any questions from reporters.

Watch: President Obama Statement

The president has been in contact with Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Tom Menino.

“The American people will say a prayer for Boston tonight,” Mr. Obama said.

Gov. Patrick News Conference

Brigham and Women’s Hospital says it’s treating as many as 31 patients from ages 3 to 62 years old injured in the blast.

Dr. Peter Fagenholz says there are 29 patients being treated at Mass General Hospital and eight of them are in critical condition. He says they have performed several amputations, and most of the injuries are to the lower extremities.

There are 20 victims being treated at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Boston Medical Center is treating at least 23 patients, including two children, most of whom have received lower leg injuries and Tufts Medical is treating 12 patients.

Some people were missing limbs. Others had blood on their heads.

A Boston University student was critically injured according to the school’s president.

“There’s a lot of blood” at the scene, according to WBZ-TV producer Ken Tucci, who reported seeing more than ten people taken away from the area on stretchers.

Patrick released a statement calling it a “horrific day in Boston.”

“My thoughts and prayers are with those who have been injured,” Patrick said.

Governor Patrick tells the people of Boston to expect a heightened police presence around the city in the next few days. He says that there will be random checks of bags and backpacks on the MBTA Tuesday.

He urges the public to be vigilant and report anything suspicious.

“I have been in touch with the President, Mayor Menino and our public safety leaders. Our focus is on making sure that the area around Copley Square is safe and secured. I am asking everyone to stay away from Copley Square and let the first responders do their jobs.&rdquo

WATCH: WBZ-TV’s Johnathan Elias Reporting

Several of the injured were rushed to the marathon medical tent in nearby Copley Square. Boston Police cleared out the area and the race was ended immediately.

WBZ-TV’s Paul Burton was running the race at the time of the explosions. He said it sounded like cannons in the distance and then all of sudden, police were escorting all the runners off of the course.

According to WBZ-TV’s Bobby Sisk, those runners were being moved to Boston Common.

WATCH: WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes Recounts Explosions

A nurse at the finish line medical tent told WBZ-TV several children were hurt and one woman had lost a leg.

Davis said two hotlines have been set up. One is for families looking for loved ones. That number is 617-635-4500.

The other line is for anyone who may have seen anything before, during or after the explosions. That number is 1-800-494-TIPS.

WATCH: WBZ-TV Photographer Brian Foley Recounts Explosion

Davis warned everyone to stay off the streets downtown, demanding they head home or back to their hotels to be safe. Security has been increased at downtown hotels. He also asked that people not travel in groups.

A 15-block area around the crime scene has been shut down to the public until further notice.

Several runners and spectators left bags behind at the scene and along the course as they fled.

Investigators are now going through all of them, treating each as a possible suspicious device as a precaution.

The FAA said it placed a temporary flight restriction “over an area in Boston at the request of law enforcement,” but the agency would not offer any specifics.


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