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Marathon Memorial

By Nicholas M Mendez
Many people brought signs; flowers; and other tokens to a memorial set up at the barrier on the intersection of Boylston and Berkley Street; just a few blocks beyond the marathon's finish line. These shoes were brought by Lisa Mara, a Bostonian runner who finished fifteen minutes before the blasts. Other items included a marathon medal, candles, and numerous handwritten letters.
Many people brought signs; flowers; and other tokens to a memorial set up at the barrier on the intersection of Boylston and Berkley Street; just a few blocks beyond the marathon's finish line. These shoes were brought by Lisa Mara, a Bostonian runner who finished fifteen minutes before the blasts. Other items included a marathon medal, candles, and numerous handwritten letters.

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