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CNN Radio News Day: April 19, 2013
Members of a SWAT team search for 19-year-old bombing suspect Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev in Watertown, Massachusetts.
April 19th, 2013
04:40 PM ET

CNN Radio News Day: April 19, 2013

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(CNN) – Welcome to CNN Radio News Day.

  • The city of Boston has been under siege all day. Authorities put surrounding communities and neighborhoods on lockdown, telling residents to stay inside. In some parts of town police were going door-to-door looking for Dzhokar Tsarnaev. Law enforcement officials say Tsarnaev escaped an overnight shootout with police that left his brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the other man wanted in the bombings, dead. CNN's Barbara Starr reports investigators are combing through everything – photos, intel reports, phone records – to learn more about the suspects:

"They are indeed looking to see if these two men had any connections to overseas groups, frankly to overseas, terrorism. No conclusion about that yet. We want to emphasize that very strongly." FULL POST

After Boston, runners regroup and recommit
iReporter Jessica Pilkington posted a photo of her shoes to signify her commitment to running in response to the Boston terror attack.
April 19th, 2013
04:03 PM ET

After Boston, runners regroup and recommit

By Emma Lacey-Bordeaux, CNN

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(CNN) - David Sarich had long finished the Boston Marathon when the bombs went off:

[:20] "I finished about 1:20. I got my clothes, got my partner, went in search of free beer. It was about 2:50 when I heard a big boom."

He's now back home in Atlanta. He's safe but the experience has left him shaken. He says at the time the bombs went off, most of the runners on the course were those running for a charity or for a family member:

[1:07] "Those are the people I usually run with. That I usually train with. I was just lucky to be further along."

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