Kathie Lee & Hoda: Officials Questioning Bystanders Of Boston Marathon Bombing
Officials are asking everyone who was at the Boston Marathon to submit any video they have near the finish line in the hopes that something may have been inadvertently captured in a photo or on a video. They have also told people not to be alarmed if the FBI questions them. They are not considered suspects. They are simply trying to interview as many people as they can.
Officials have also revealed the investigation has blocked off 12 blocks to be investigated for clues.
As for the reports of numerous bombs around the city, officials are saying the information is wrong. They are saying the false reports came from people who saw things on the ground which were left by people fleeing the scene.
Kathie Lee & Hoda: Video, Photos Could Have Caught Bomber(s)
Kathie Lee and Hoda urged everyone who has video or photos near the finish line to contact the Boston police because you may have caught something inadvertently when snapping a picture. Even if the photo seems to contain nothing or the video doesn’t show anything out of the ordinary, it could still help the police figure out who committed this atrocity.
Kathie Lee & Hoda: One Person Being Questioned For Bombing
Kathie Lee and Hoda said one person is being held and questioned about the bombing. The 20-year-old Saudi national is in America on a student visa. People say they reported him because he was seen running from the scene of the bombing in a suspicious manner.
Hoda said the young man could have just been scared. She said she can’t even listen to the sounds from the bombing anymore. She said it sickens her to have to hear it, especially since she has heard the screams and the explosions all over the news the past couple of days.
Kathie Lee & Hoda: Eight-Year-Old Martin Richard Killed In Explosion
Eight-year-old Martin Richard was one of the people killed in the explosion. He, along with his mother, sister and another sibling, were waiting at the finish line for their father and husband to cross the finish line. Sadly, the entire family has been taken to the hospital and Richard’s mother is listed as being in critical condition.
Kathie Lee & Hoda: Heroism On the Scene Of Boston Bombing
Heros were everywhere after the explosion rocked Boston. Some runners who crossed the finish line kept running to the nearest hospital where they gave blood while others ran to the aid of the injured.
Two soldiers who were near the explosions rushed to the aid of numerous injured people and used their army training to save the lives of their fellow onlookers.
Luckily for some, like the 78-year-old man who was knocked over from the explosion which erupted close to him, many of the runners in the race had yet to even reach the finish line when the explosions happened.