Washington Redskins Post Comments on Twitter Following Boston Marathon Tragedy

April 16, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As the tragedy surrounding the unexplained and senseless bombings within view of the finish line at this year's running of the Boston Marathon sink in, several Washington Redskins posted messages on Twitter to share their thoughts, prayers and heartfelt reactions.
The 116th running of the world-renowned Boston Marathon, held traditionally on "Patriots' Day"—a state holiday in Massachusetts—came to a tragic end after two separate bombs exploded along the final quarter-mile of the race within 12 seconds of one another.
Three bystanders are confirmed dead and over 120 injured, many of the injured sustaining shrapnel wounds from the explosive device. Some of the injuries were severe and required amputations, including one spectator who had to have both legs amputated.
It should have been a great moment of celebration for race participants and their families and friends cheering for them as they crossed the finish line four hours after the race begun. Instead, it ...

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