Members of Greater Long Island Running Club safe after Boston Marathon bombings

Club President Michael Polansky says he is extremely

Club President Michael Polansky says he is extremely grateful for his runners' well-being. (Credit: News 12)

WOODBURY - Every member of the Greater Long Island Running Club is safe and accounted for following today's bombings at the Boston Marathon.

President Michael Polansky says many of his runners were disappointed that they were unable to finish the race, but that he is extremely grateful for their well-being.

Polansky says the bombings also raise safety concerns for the Long Island Marathon, which is scheduled for May 5.
 

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