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Cordoning Off The Scene Of The Marathon Explosion

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Cordoning Off The Scene Of The Marathon Explosion

Cordoning Off The Scene Of The Marathon Explosion

Cordoning Off The Scene Of The Marathon Explosion

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Co-host Melissa Block talks to WBUR's Bruce Gellerman about the scene after explosions Monday near the finish line at the Boston Marathon. "Essentially the whole downtown of Boston is a crime scene," he says.

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