A ‘new normal’ for the people of Boston

Just like after 9/11, there's another "new normal" for people in Boston following the marathon bombings. People were walking around the area surrounding the bombsite

Nearby café tables were strewn with glasses and

Nearby café tables were strewn with glasses and leftover food as diners ran for their lives. (Credit: News 12)

BOSTON - Just like after 9/11, there's another "new normal" for people in Boston following the marathon bombings.

People were walking around the area surrounding the bombsite today, wrapping themselves in the heatsheets that marathoners never had the chance to use following the race.

And just blocks away from the bombing site, café tables were strewn with knocked over glasses and leftover food as diners ran for their lives following the blasts.

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