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Friday, April 19, 2013

VIDEO: One Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Apprehended Another Remains On The Loose Witness Saw Pressure Cooker Bomb.”


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VIDEO....Resident says he saw 'pressure cooker bomb'.
Watertown resident Andrew Kitzenberg says he had a “clear line of view” of what he said looked “like a pressure cooker bomb.”

VIDEO: One Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Apprehended Another Remains On The Loose Witness Saw Pressure Cooker Bomb.” 

A combination of closeups of the two suspects in the Marathon bombings.
Police, federal agents and National Guardsmen descended on a Boston suburb where there were reports of violence, gunshots and two loud booms Thursday night into early Friday morning — all following the fatal shooting of a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer.

The large law-enforcement presence gathered in Watertown, Mass., just a few miles from the shooting on MIT's Cambridge campus, where two men had reportedly shot at police officers.
The Watertown scene was marked by reports of rapid gunfire and explosions.

FBI and local police told NBC News they were looking for a connection between the Boston Marathon bombs and the incidents in Watertown and at MIT. “Dozens and dozens” of federal agents had been dispatched to the crime scenes.  Watertown resident Andrew Kitzenberg says he had a "clear line of view" of what he said looked "like a pressure cooker bomb." 


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