Runners return home after Boston bombings

Long Island runners have returned home after witnessing the chaos and carnage of the Boston Marathon bombings. Three people were killed and more than 180

Long Island runners have returned home after witnessing

Long Island runners have returned home after witnessing the chaos and carnage of the Boston Marathon bombings.

WOODBURY - Long Island runners have returned home after witnessing the chaos and carnage of the Boston Marathon bombings.

Jim Kehoe says he had just completed the grueling 26-mile race when the synchronized explosions happened within seconds of one another. He and teammate Dean Neuman say they were confused about what was happening.

Then, teammate Wil Widman says it began to sink in that they were in the middle of an attack.

Three people were killed and more than 180 were injured in the blasts.

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