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Joe Marconi

Boston Marathon Bombing; Thoughts and Prayers

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I know I can speak for all when I say our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and the families of those killed and injured in yesterdays bombing at the Boston Marathon. Also, thank you to the brave people who responded and put themselves in harm's way to help others.

 

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