Reading these Boston Marathon tweets is like getting punched in the gut

Boston Globe reporter Billy Baker was on the scene of the marathon explosion. Watch as his tweets go from inspirational to horrifying in mere minutes: After 2 hours atop Heartbreak Hill, starting to see the struggling runners, cramping and crying, inspiring, and soon to be smiling. — Billy Baker (@billy_baker) April 15, 2013   Marathon ...

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Boston Globe reporter Billy Baker was on the scene of the marathon explosion. Watch as his tweets go from inspirational to horrifying in mere minutes:

After 2 hours atop Heartbreak Hill, starting to see the struggling runners, cramping and crying, inspiring, and soon to be smiling.

— Billy Baker (@billy_baker) April 15, 2013

Boston Globe reporter Billy Baker was on the scene of the marathon explosion. Watch as his tweets go from inspirational to horrifying in mere minutes:

 

 

 

 

 

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