When Clyde Lewis says the audio he's about to play is the creepiest he's ever heard, that's saying something. The recording is from the mid 1990s and is from a late night broadcast on Columbia University's WKCR in New York City.
Boston nurse Stephen Segatore wants Krystie Campbell's family to know she was not alone when she died from injuries at the Boston Marathon bombing. Segatore, an EMT and a doctor all worked frantically to save Campbell's life but her injuries were too severe.
If you heard the crowd take over the singing the National Anthem before the Boston Bruins hockey game last night (April 17th), surely you got goosebumps. This was the first time since the Boston Marathon tragedy that the Boston Bruins have played. They took on the Buffalo Sabres, who took home the victory, but the city of Boston was the real winner.
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