Anti-terreurmaatregelen Boston Marathon 2016

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Reactie #10 Gepost op: 18 april 2016, 18:45:30
Goede bewustwordingscampagne voor het publiek, iets wat je bij marathons in Nederland niet ziet.


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Reactie #11 Gepost op: 18 april 2016, 20:55:03
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Framingham Police Department: Framingham Fire Capt Kurt O'Rourke and Police Lieut Stephen Cronin on duty at the MEMA multi-agency Coordination Center (MACC) supporting 2016 Boston Marathon operations today



Hopkintonpolice @Hopkintonpolice
HPD welcomes runners and visitors to come see where it all begins. #seesomethingsaysomething @BAA pic.twitter.com/epBlXuHMZe



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Massachusetts State Police Colonel Richard McKeon and Hopkinton Police Chief Edward Lee will hold their traditional availability for assembled media on the Hopkinton Common Monday at 8:40 am. The topic will be race day security operations. MSP Media Relations staff will be at the Common in advance to arrange the exact location.



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Framingham Police Department: Framinghams Mobile Command Post has been deployed along the marathon route in Framingham



Boston Fire Dept. @BostonFire
Some of the 200 on marathon duty pic.twitter.com/myhpBFGIuz



Middlesex Sheriff @msosheriff
Community Command Center staff hard at work to assist @Hopkintonpolice at #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/JMOFRWukqV



Boston Fire Dept. @BostonFire
Commissioner @ChiefJoeFinn , Captain Jim Welsh & Chief of Ops Jack Walsh pic.twitter.com/bGRM4UTJnr



Commissioner JoeFinn @ChiefJoeFinn
Visiting the BAA Operations Center. Well coordinated throughout. pic.twitter.com/FdpMEcZQMW



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Framingham Police Department: The Framingham Police Department has rolled out its new mobile command post. This specialized vehicle is equipped with communications and emergency management equipment, so that it can serve as a mobile command post for small scale events.









Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#MarathonSafetyUpdate: #BPD Officers report @bostonmarathon spectators to be well-behaved, respectful and responsible.

Boston EMS @BOSTON_EMS
@BOSTON_EMS personnel providing support behind the scenes. #bostonmarathon2016 #BostonStrong pic.twitter.com/wmdqYAgxOB





Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#MarathonSafetyUpdate: #BPD Officers patrolling @bostonmarathon route say fan behavior has been awesome!!! pic.twitter.com/lijfFKdCCa



Karen Anderson @karenreports
Gorgeous day for the world's best race #FinishLine BostonMarathon #WCVB pic.twitter.com/YPK1hAiRUw



MEMA liaisons in all 8 #BostonMarathon communities. Here @MassEMA's assisting in #Hopkinton & #Ashland pic.twitter.com/XvxgjLdTk8





As of 1:10 PM, the roads in #Hopkinton have re-opened. #BostonMarathon @Hopkintonpolice @HopkintonMA

Amateur Radio volunteers also playing important role in supporting today's #BostonMarathon. http://www.arrl.org/news/boston-marathon-amateur-radio-support-adjusts-to-a-new-normal

Mass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
.#MA @USNationalGuard #Soldiers and #Airmen of Task Force Patriot prepare to support the 120th @bostonmarathon @BAA pic.twitter.com/tTgo6l2XRC



All roads in #Ashland have re-opened. #BostonMarathon

Brookline PD @BrooklineMAPD
Great job today #Brookline CERT team at Beacon / Kent. Thanks for your help. pic.twitter.com/N0bJo03ghP



All roads in #Framingham have re-opened. #BostonMarathon @FraminghamPD @Framingham_MA

Tufts Medical Center @TuftsMedicalCtr
Thanks to our outstanding Emergency Department team for everything you do - on #MarathonMonday and every day! pic.twitter.com/tTgo6FKdCCa



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
When women's @bostonmarathon winner Atsede Baysa crossed the finish line, BPD Officers were there to greet her. pic.twitter.com/QcBnBtqCgt



Brookline PD @BrooklineMAPD
Beacon @ Hawes should be open to pedestrians around 3;45 stay tuned. pic.twitter.com/tg4C5HqoN3



Fallon Ambulance @FallonAmb
Fallon Marathon Strike Teams 1 & 2 pic.twitter.com/a13AVUcl5i





Mass State Police @MassStatePolice
Massachusetts State Police Communications working #BostonMarathon race operations in #Boston. pic.twitter.com/fLVhVw4F4l



Brookline PD @BrooklineMAPD
@BrooklineFD on stand by at lower Beacon. #greatseats pic.twitter.com/MFtZo5h2un



Mass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
It is race day! Soldiers and Airmen are on duty to support the 2016 #BostonMarathon @bostonmarathon #BostonStrong pic.twitter.com/YciRlQ8PJt





Boston EMS @BOSTON_EMS
Chief Hooley providing latest injured runner stats. 1,205 runners seen @ medical sites, including 33 @ hospitals pic.twitter.com/MfJqTtBRkf



City of Boston OEM @ReadyBoston
OEM thanks our #BostonMarathon partners: BostonPolice @BostonFire @MassDOT @BOSTON_EMS @MassEMA BCYFcenters pic.twitter.com/SN1hfuvNWY



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Reactie #12 Gepost op: 18 april 2016, 22:57:29
NYPDCounterterrorism @NYPDCT
NYPD CTB Bomb Squad at the #BostonMarathon with .@MassStatePolice .@WellesleyPolice .@USArmy CST partners. pic.twitter.com/qe9nzPbSUY



Boston Public Health @HealthyBoston
Follow @HealthyBoston on Twitter and Instagram for regular #behindthescenes updates on the @bostonmarathon pic.twitter.com/svRJwPnYOG




Cohasset Police @CohassetPolice
CPD Officers Dias and Taylor at #BostonMarathon w/ @MetroLEC. Metro was activated to help support BPD. Be safe! pic.twitter.com/CUBzR72nZa







Wellesley Police @WellesleyPolice
Some 300 law enforcement members brief for @bostonmarathon 2016 at Wellesley High School today. #WPD. pic.twitter.com/uvh02HfEyh



Boston Public Health @HealthyBoston
BPHC Executive Director Monica Valdes Lupi poses with some of our humblest first responders - the service dogs. @bostonmarathon #behindthescenes



Wellesley Police @WellesleyPolice
The @MetroLEC MOP unit ready to deploy in the 2016 @bostonmarathon route. #WPD pic.twitter.com/fsaVzad04X



Physio-Control @PhysioControl
#BostonMarathon action wasn't limited to the course. Sprains and strains had the medical tents running too. pic.twitter.com/5FBYZks7QV



Boston Public Health @HealthyBoston
@MassGovernor stopped by to thank the volunteers! #behindthescenes #bostonmarathon



Wellesley Police @WellesleyPolice
#WPD @MetroLEC command post w/ @OfcClouse & Disp Fritts monitoring the Marathon in Wellesley pic.twitter.com/Vb65flfWs6



Mass State Police @MassStatePolice
Tpr Guarino with #Winthrop Auxiliary ensuring Hopkinton State Park remains safe for the #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/3ZiQZhRUZT



All roads in #Natick have re-opened. #BostonMarathon #MATraffic @NATICKPOLICE @NatickFire @Town_of_Natick

Mass State Police @MassStatePolice
Tpr Robert Rose got to meet a few young fans along the #BostonMarathon route. pic.twitter.com/mMRXZ6RD9E









Fallon Ambulance @FallonAmb
Fallon Ambulance crews posted in #Newton at Newton Wellesley Hospital for Marathon Monday. pic.twitter.com/5W7r2lPSVQ



Wellesley Police @WellesleyPolice
#WPD Off Yeagle & our partners @NYPDCT Bomb Sq working in Wellesley Sq for @bostonmarathon pic.twitter.com/4rDfnDmjDM



City of Boston OEM @ReadyBoston
Metro Boston Homeland Security Region assets in the field assisting with #BostonMarathon public safety response pic.twitter.com/Rq7JBsUlIn



Boston Public Health @HealthyBoston
A well-coordinated first response unit is critical to ensuring runners get the care they need. Here, EMS Chief Hooley and Deputy Chief of Staff prep EMTs, paramedics, and volunteers for the important work ahead. #behindthescenes #bostonmarathon



Boston Public Health @HealthyBoston
Who runs the #BostonMarathon medical tents? #MRC vols are trained in a variety of public health/disaster response #behindthescenes (1 of 2)

Boston Public Health @HealthyBoston
To learn more about the Medical Reserve Corps, or to sign up, visit: http://bphc.org/whatwedo/emergency-services-preparedness/public-health-preparedness/boston-medical-reserve-corps/Pages/bostonmrc.aspx #MRC #BostonMarathon #behindthescenes (2 of 2)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAoBwFcNdM0

EMS Coordination Branch @MassEMA is processing, prioritizing, & coordinating ambulance dispatch for #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/L7jQbJ1rlr



Boston Public Health @HealthyBoston
#DYK the members of the #MRC in the medical tent check in runners by number using mini iPads so we can track patient data and progress in real time #hightech #datadriven #behindthescenes #bostonmarathon



Runners passing MEMA's Mobile Emergency Operations Center (MEOC) which is in #Brookline for #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/4ossiRBdhG



Boston Public Health @HealthyBoston
Ever wonder what the medical tents look like from the inside, before the throngs of runners arrive? #behindthescenes #bostonmarathon



bostonmagazine.com @BostonMagazine
Loki, a 4-year-old @bostonpolice dog, is having a wonderful time at the #BostonMarathon: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/blog/2016/04/18/boston-marathon-2016-live-blog/ pic.twitter.com/qX2APGkSu5



Boston Public Health @HealthyBoston
Thanks @BOSTON_EMS for everything you do to promote a healthy, safe @bostonmarathon #BostonMarathon #BehindTheScenes



MEMA liaisons in #Boston at Emergency Ops Center w/ @ReadyBoston & @BAA Race Ops Center pic.twitter.com/koMx7hy0d0





Per @WellesleyPolice, All roads in #Wellesley have re-opened. #BostonMarathon #MATraffic

Hingham Police @HinghamPolice
Members of @MetroLEC SWAT, including Ofc. Jeff Kilroy (right), assisting @bostonmarathon along Rte 135 in Ashland. pic.twitter.com/azlUppyUdi



Boston Public Health @HealthyBoston
BPHC's executive director, general counsel, EMS chief, and director of public health preparedness are only a few of the many public health employees and volunteers ensuring runners have the best medical care possible. Thanks everyone, and congratulations to all the runners! #BehindTheScenes #BostonMarathon



Boston Public Health @HealthyBoston
Patient count: 2276. Hospitals: 58; medical tents - 2219

Joe Mavro @massmedic1980
E3 and P10 out of Sta 7 in Washington Sq enjoying the #BostonMarathon @BrooklineFD @FallonAmb pic.twitter.com/8V1PY2mwtZ



NYPDCounterterrorism @NYPDCT
He makes it look so Easy...Literally! CTB Bomb Squad K9 "Easy" at the 120th #BostonMarathon finish line. pic.twitter.com/Iq7pHsdSwU



Charlie Baker @MassGovernor
TY to the medical volunteers along the #BostonMarathon route. Went above & beyond in 2013, & standing at the ready. pic.twitter.com/YZ8edIraWF





Mass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
Mr. Robert Barber @usembreykjavik Gen. Rice and @JohnKerry speak w/ troops #BostonMarathon @MassEMA @bostonmarathon pic.twitter.com/23z1I6mRjK



Mass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
Staff Sgt Roncarati @104fighterwing #SecurityForces #MA #Airman secures a post along route @BAA 2016 #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/e0y6HSSv3p



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Reactie #13 Gepost op: 18 april 2016, 23:58:16
Newton Police @newtonpolice
Marathon Day Roll Call pic.twitter.com/OUl65a1J6l



Newton Police @newtonpolice
💔 Hill pic.twitter.com/bW4yHDPoGl



Newton Police @newtonpolice
Incident Commander Captain Gromada and Crime Analyst Bozio managing the today's #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/mOWioxbMy8



Boston EMS Incidents @BEMSincidents
Incident Commander, Chief Hooley (C1) has reported 1,205 runners have been evaluated by medical staff so far.

Mass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
CSM Ramos Rivera #MA #NationalGuard talks with Mr. Robert Barber @usembreykjavik and #Soldiers @BAA #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/gnqCwPzgB5



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Massachusetts National Guard helps safeguard Boston Marathon
By Massachusetts National Guard | April 18, 2016

HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. – The Massachusetts National Guard  on Monday provided about  500 Soldiers and Airmen to assist federal, state and local police and other emergency responders with public safety and support during the 120h running of the 2016 Boston Marathon.

"The Massachusetts National Guard is proud to support the 120th Boston Marathon and will be working closely with officials from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency, the Boston Athletic Association and our Inter-Agency partners to ensure a safe and successful race," said Lt. Col. James Sahady, spokesman for the Massachusetts National Guard.

Col. Michael Finer, commander of Joint Task Force Patriot, will supervise the combined Guard's efforts to assist federal, state and local police to keep the route safe for the runners from Hopkinton to the edge of Boston.

The National Guard will provide specialized chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear (CBRN), and improvised explosive detection teams, as well as medical and security personnel to assist local communities along the route to ensure the race is safe and successful.

Two pressure-cooker bombs exploded April 15, 2013, at the 117th running of the Boston Marathon. The blasts killed three people and wounded at least 264 others.


Staff Sgt. Ben Roncarati, a security police officer with the 104th Security Forces Squadron of the 104th Fighter Wing, looks on as runners begin the 120th Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Massachusetts., April 18, 2016. More than 500 Guard members helped local law enforcement keep the route clear for an estimated 23,000 runners. (Photo by Spc. Alysia Brewster)

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Ashland Police Department: Another Marathon is in the books. We are thankful for our police offices who kept thousands of runners and spectators safe today, including members of the Ashland Fire Dept, Holliston PD, Metropolitan Law Enforcement Council, Mass State Police and various federal agencies. It truly is a team effort.











Newton Police @newtonpolice
Newton's Finest-Be safe! pic.twitter.com/Ii3rpiLxBV





Great job by our National Guard partners (@TheNationsFirst) in both helping keep the race safe & participating! pic.twitter.com/kcyY55zCRD





NYPD NEWS @NYPDnews
Standing with our partners in the @bostonpolice Dept. to lend support at today's #BostonMarathon. #BostonStrong pic.twitter.com/k4ibXRP17F



Per @newtonpolice, All roads in #Newton have re-opened. #BostonMarathon #MATraffic  

Newton Police @newtonpolice
It's a wrap! pic.twitter.com/MXFeGnXN71



ass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
Senior Airman Nastari @104fighterwing #SecurityForces #MA #Airman secures a post on route @BAA 2016 #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/nk7wpsxUF2



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Reactie #14 Gepost op: 19 april 2016, 07:44:37
104th Fighter Wing @104fighterwing
#AirGuard Defenders @104fighterwing and @MassStatePolice ensuring Hopkinton is safe! #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/qq3KQCp2Ij



Mass State Police @MassStatePolice
@MassStatePolice reminds you, #IfYouSeeSomethingSaySomething #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/MWH88P04gm



Brookline PD @BrooklineMAPD
Roads to be open shortly. Shout out to our friends @myfoxboston @crystalhaynes & Mike who hung out in town today. pic.twitter.com/dpDxQnGrfU



Mass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
.#NationalGuard & @MassStatePolice w/Federal, State & Local partners monitor 2016 #BostonMarathon @MassEMA #Teamwork pic.twitter.com/l9jUEvXRAP



104th Fighter Wing @104fighterwing
#AirGuard Security Forces #Airmen out serving & protecting at the start #BostonMarathon #BostonStrong @usairforce pic.twitter.com/8oohj9S9cA



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
To all who attended this year's @bostonmarathon - we at the #BPD say: "Thanks for behaving like champions!!!" pic.twitter.com/ZHGdkDl2c0





Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
To the greatest race fans in the world -  we at the #BPD say: "Thanks for behaving like champions!!!" pic.twitter.com/kxdro2n4tj



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
Great job to all who completed this year's @bostonmarathon - including our own Matt Pieroway!!! #MuchRespect pic.twitter.com/FV5EIjYV2I



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
Great job to all who completed this year's @bostonmarathon - including our own Lauren Woods!!! pic.twitter.com/821oY22YMc



James Sahady @JamesSahady
.#TedyBruschi former @Patriots player w/CSM RamosRivera & #Soldiers @BAA before 2016 @bostonmarathon BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/Cwj1DWl6ZG



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
Our officers were honored to protect all those either running or attending this year's @bostonmarathon!!! pic.twitter.com/bc7os4o0FU



Mass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
Senior Airman Grayson @104fighterwing #SecurityForces #MA #Airman secures a post on route @BAA 2016 #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/frdVc8Kq5W



Middlesex Sheriff @msosheriff
MSO deputies were in several communities including #Hopkinton in support of #BostonMarathon security operations pic.twitter.com/IeOw0adriG









Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
Running in honor of http://lingzifoundation.org/, Officer Lauren Woods triumphantly crosses @bostonmarathon finish line! pic.twitter.com/4ilmnWyelD



104th Fighter Wing @104fighterwing
Great day at #BostonMarathon Defenders on the route in support of @MassStatePolice & other agencies #BostonStrong pic.twitter.com/dDZgI1Mrmt



Thanks to our public safety partners for many months & countless hours of planning for 2016 #BostonMarathon #BostonStrong

Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
Great to see Erin Lynch of @BostonPoliceFnd with @DeputyLydon at Mile 25 of this year's @bostonmarathon!!! pic.twitter.com/GnL9IlEmR9



Boston Police Dept. @bostonpolice
#BPD happy to report no arrests made at this year's @bostonmarathon. Fan behavior could not have been better. pic.twitter.com/UCbI7X4Uqw



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2016 Boston Marathon

On Monday April 18th, 2016, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) hosted the Public Safety Multi-Agency Coordination Center (MACC), for the 120th running of the Boston Marathon.

Over 220 individuals representing more than 50+ local, regional, state, federal, private and volunteer agencies and organizations staffed the MACC. The MACC worked with local, state and federal emergency operations centers to maintain situational awareness and a common operating picture, facilitated multi-jurisdictional decision making, ensured effective communication and coordination between the BAA and public safety, met resource and mutual aid needs, and coordinated multi-jurisdictional public safety operations (including law enforcement tactical operations, intelligence and investigation activities, and emergency medical services).

For more information about the months of planning, training, & exercising that went into the 2016 Boston Marathon, see: http://www.mass.gov/eopss/docs/mema/mema-reports/mema-reports-2016-boston-marathon-15-3.pdf



















Boston EMS @BOSTON_EMS
Wrapping up at the finish area, 30 event related transports for @BOSTON_EMS logged so far...likely more to come. pic.twitter.com/bLlJB61GDb



Commissioner JoeFinn @ChiefJoeFinn
My thanks for the outstanding, professional effort by Boston's firefighters & dispatchers working the 120th Boston Marathon

Commissioner JoeFinn @ChiefJoeFinn
Special thanks to our Office of Field Services for putting together the Operations Plan for the marathon.

Mass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
Senior Airman Dieni @104fighterwing #SecurityForces #MA #Airman secures a post on route @BAA 2016 #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/OWk1UGNFhj



Mass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
.@104fighterwing #SecurityForces @usairforce #Airmen help secure 2016 #BostonMarathon @AirNatlGuard @MassEMA @BAA pic.twitter.com/cJigofR9hV



Newton Police @newtonpolice
Thanking NEMLEC for all their assistance today! pic.twitter.com/hC5UVPZFxl





Mass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
Gen Rice w/ Mrs Rice, Mr Barber @usembreykjavik CSM RamosRivera at finish line @BAA @bostonmarathon #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/ZJIjNYKmWy



Mass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
.@MassStatePolice Troopers help secure 2016 #BostonMarathon route w #NationalGuard #Soldiers @MassEMA @BAA #TeamWork pic.twitter.com/b2mMOGvgZH



Cambridge Police @CambridgePolice
Among those who supported today's historic #BostonMarathon: Dixie and @CambMA Police Sgt. Frammartino. pic.twitter.com/l4DK2CRAtv



Boston EMS Incidents @BEMSincidents
Marathon Operations are securing for the evening. Excellent job by all members involved today. Photo Credit John W.



Mass. National Guard @TheNationsFirst
.#ArmyAviation #Soldiers #MA #NationalGuard #BostonMarathon @MassEMA @BAA #BostonStrong @bostonmarathon pic.twitter.com/K0izBE3Wx5









Middlesex Sheriff @msosheriff
Thanks to Sec. @JohnKerry for taking a minute to say hello to our deputies in #Hopkinton today #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/6HwNgw2OOu





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Reactie #16 Gepost op: 19 april 2016, 18:46:30
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104th Fighter Wing: The MassGuard 102nd Medical Group was on the ground in support of civilian authorities for the 120th Boston Marathon! The 102nd team is part of the Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP) as a part of the homeland response mission. They provide medical capabilities in response to mass casualty, natural disasters and weapons of mass description (WMD) incidents.



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Reactie #17 Gepost op: 21 april 2016, 11:35:08
Thank You For Thanking Us: Spectator Captures True Spirit of the Boston Marathon
April 20, 2016

Today, we received a montage of photos from one of our Facebook followers who had watched the Boston Marathon a few hundred feet from the Finish Line on Boylston Street. The spectator, who wished to remain anonymous, wrote in a message that he witnessed and took pictures of a Boston Police Officer assisting a runner that he wished to share with the public. Said the spectator:

“Today [Monday, April 18] I watched the Boston Marathon from the 5th floor at 745 Boylston Street. I witnessed an act of kindness that I want people to know about. When a runner could not continue, with only yards to go to the finish line, this officer stepped in. I do not know what he told her, but I know I was inspired.



[The officer] helped her open the water bottle as we watched from the 5th floor window. The crowd was roaring their support.



He continued to console and encourage her. You could tell he was not going to let her stop and give up there.



After several tries, he helped her up. She jumped back in the race and crossed the finish line 60 seconds later.



I have a few pictures and do not want credit, but I only think it is fair that an act of sincere support receives the appreciation that it truly deserves.”

We want to say “thank you” to this spectator for capturing and sharing this inspiring moment—one that displays what the spirit of the Boston Marathon is all about!

http://bpdnews.com/news/2016/4/20/thank-you-for-thanking-us-spectator-captures-true-spirit-of-the-boston-marathon


Jeremy Ward @jdraw11
Campbell 's opinion: Marathon was ok, but the fire trucks were amazing! Thanks @BrooklineFD you made my son's day. pic.twitter.com/3TkXvop6Nd







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Reactie #18 Gepost op: 21 april 2016, 11:42:29
Ari Ofsevit, 31, of Cambridge was minutes away from completing his second Boston Marathon on April 18, 2016, when he collapsed 100 yards from the finish line due to heat exhaustion and dehydration. Two fellow runners helped him across the finish line, where he was attended to in the medical tent and then rushed to Tufts Medical Center. Here is his story in his own words.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZVLCkZxPdg

Tufts Medical Center @TuftsMedicalCtr
Ari @ofsevit recovering @TuftsMedicalCtr 2 days after running marathon. Carried across finish line pic.twitter.com/LR3EYbz56I



Tufts Medical Center @TuftsMedicalCtr
ER Dr. & nurse who treated Ari @ofsevit after marathon. Body temp reached 108.8. pic.twitter.com/S6aIP7muaT



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Reactie #19 Gepost op: 11 mei 2016, 19:38:27
MEMA again hosted the Public Safety Multi-Agency Coordination Center (MACC) for the running of the Boston Marathon.

Beginning at 5:30 a.m. on Monday April 18, over 220 individuals representing more than 60 local, regional, state, federal, private and volunteer agencies and organizations staffed the MACC for the duration of the event.

Although the 30,000 runners dealt with temperatures in the 70’s for part of the race, a relatively low number of participants needed care from medical personnel and stations along the course and at the finish line.

Approximately 1,100 runners sought attention in the 26 medical tents along the course, with an additional 1,500 receiving medical care in the medical tents at the finish line.

Approximately 150 runners were transported by ambulance to local hospitals.

The MACC successfully connected local, state and federal emergency operations centers and command posts to provide and maintain situational awareness and a common operating picture, facilitate multi-jurisdictional decision making, and ensure effective communication and coordination between the Boston Athletic Center and public safety personnel across the eight host cities and towns.

Bron: Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency