Explosions at Boston Marathon Cause Injuries And At Least Two Deaths.

Two explosions near the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon have caused at least 22 injured and 2 deaths.

News of the explosions first broke at approximately 3 p.m. on Monday April 15. The explosions have caused personal injuries and at least two wrongful deaths. Eyewitnesses to the explosions have described people with bloody injuries running away from the finish line area of the marathon.

Most of the injuries appear to have been inflicted upon the spectators of the marathon. Boston emergency services have responded in numbers to the explosions. Boston police have locked down the area around Boylston Street where the explosions have taken place.

This event has happened today April 15 and details are still emerging. Early reports suggest that two bombs have been detonated on Boylston Street in Boston.

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