As authorities continue to probe the bombings that hit the Boston Marathon a day earlier, some runners from the Tri-State Area who took part in the race told their stories of survival on Tuesday.
County Executive Edward Mangano said police are “closely monitoring” the ongoing investigation in Boston and have placed police on high alert as a precaution.
The Buffalo Police Department and other law enforcement agencies will provide security during the race.
Witnesses recounted scenes of carnage and horror Monday, when two bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon – leaving at least two people dead.
Authorities in Boston have issued some important information following the bombings Monday that left at least three people dead and 144 injured at the Boston Marathon.
The following is the full text of the speech President Barack Obama gave Monday afternoon, following the bombings at the Boston Marathon.