from flickr user BradKellyPhoto
With the city of Boston, Massachusetts on lockdown today as one of two (or three) suspects in the Boston marathon bombings remains at large, the majority of the city's streets and highways are largely vacant as residents were told to stay home. Even public transportation was shut down for a period of time.This scene from Boylston Street, basically ground zero for Monday's Boston marathon bombings, is vacant and while fenced off has become a shrine and a memorial for those who were injured and killed in Monday's attacks.
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at 11:30 AM | Friday, April 19, 2013