On April 15, 2013, Roseann Sdoia was near the Boston Marathon finish line, watching the runners.
She heard the first bomb go off, Runner’s World reported. She would later tell Fox Sports that as the plume of smoke drifted up, she thought that it was all pretty weird, since the best runners had finished the marathon long go.
“There was a guy to the right of me who started yelling, ‘Everybody, get in the streets, get in the streets,’” Sdoia told Fox Sports. “But the barricade they had between the street and the runners was too high, and I was not going to be able to get over it. So I turned to my right to run away, and I basically ran into the bag that had the second bomb in it. And I just recall the pop-pop at my feet and then it going black and thinking to myself, ‘This is not a …
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