3 Boston Marathon bombing victims identified

All three victims killed in the Boston Marathon bombing have been identified. Lu Lingzi, Krystle Campbell and Richard Martin were killed in the blasts.

Martin Richard, 8, was killed in the Boston

Martin Richard, 8, was killed in the Boston Marathon bombings.

BOSTON - All three victims killed in the Boston Marathon bombing have been identified.

Lu Lingzi, a Boston University graduate student, was watching the race with her friends near the finish line when she was killed.

Krystle Campbell, a 29-year-old steakhouse manager, and 8-year-old Martin Richard also died.

Richard's 6-year-old sister reportedly lost her leg, and his mom suffered serious brain injuries.

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