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Boston Marathon Reflections: ‘I Walked Right Into The Second Bomb’

This page features selections from the WBUR Oral History Project, a growing collection of voices of over 40 survivors, first responders and others reflecting on the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and its aftermath, created in collaboration with Northeastern University’s “Our Marathon: Boston Bombing Digital Archive.” Interviews for this project were conducted by Jayne Guberman and Joanna Shea O’Brien. The audio clips below were produced by Kelly Horan, with help from George Hicks. Visit the “Our Marathon” website to explore additional interviews, photos and to share your own experience. 


 

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  • Bruce Mendelsohn

    For so many reasons, I’m honored to have met Jimmy Plourde, and thankful that our fates–along with Victoria’s–intersected when they did, where they did.

  • http://www.wbur.org/people/abby-elizabeth-conway Abby Elizabeth Conway

    Thank you. We have made the correction.

    -Abby, WBUR

  • Kat Saved

    Although some claim that society was “designed”, the liberty school understands that civilization results from the actions of individuals.

  • Wise words …

    In part, “collectivism” refers to the primitive notion that society somehow magically exists separately from the individuals comprising it.