My heart, and my prayers, go out to all those suffering from the senseless tragedy in Boston yesterday.
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All of Boston thanks you Scott for the well wishes! I was driving into town to cover the Bruins game. I had my son and his friend with me who had tix for the game. As I was pulling into the garage the parking attendant had said the game was cancelled so I hopped back on the highway and back drove home. As soon as I get home I get a call from USA Today asking if I can head back into town and cover some of the aftermath. I tell ya it was like a war zone downtown. Police, FBI, SWAT, were every where. Words can’t describe what happened that morning.
A very somber morning walking through Boston today (mostly police and tv crews out in the streets). Praying for the injured and their families as they deal with the aftermath.
Thank you for your thoughts, Scott. What a horrific day yesterday for all of us in Massachusetts. My heart goes out to all the victims and their families. My son was supposed to have a job in Boston yesterday, but his boss called him in the morning and cancelled it, due to the traffic issues created by the Boston Marathon. Otherwise, he would have been smack dab in the middle of the chaos.
My thoughts are with all those caught up in this horrific tragedy.