Long Islanders on edge after fatal bombings at Boston Marathon

Many Long Islanders are admittedly on edge this evening after at least three people were killed in a pair of bombings at the Boston Marathon.

Some say they'll avoid large crowds for the

Some say they'll avoid large crowds for the time being, while others say they refuse to panic. (Credit: News 12)

ISLANDIA - Many Long Islanders are admittedly on edge this evening after at least three people were killed in a pair of bombings at the Boston Marathon.

The explosions happened hundreds of miles from home, but fear is all too real for people who say they're now concerned about being around large crowds.

Others say they refuse to live in fear, especially with the nation's implementation of tighter security measures over the past decade.
 

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