Boston Bombings

Boston is on LOCKDOWN as the ENTIRE CITY told to stay indoors during manhunt for the second bombing suspect

  • Police order all residents to stay inside as the manhunt continues for the second suspect, identified as Dzokhar Tsarnaev
  • Public transport system shut down
  • Amtrak service stopped north of New York
  • All public schools and 16 colleges are closed today as well as UMass-Dartmouth where Dzokhar was enrolled
  • Red Sox game scheduled for this evening now postponed


Meghan Keneally
Daily Mail
April 19, 2013

One million people are caught in the Boston city security lockdown as police hunt the surviving marathon bomb suspect.

Streets are deserted as authorities warned residents to lock their doors and remain inside as they continue the manhunt for the surviving suspect from the marathon bombing as the entire city of Boston is deserted.

The city is being controlled by SWAT teams and an army of police as they try to keep everyone indoors by shutting down the entire public transportation system, closing schools and ordering businesses to remain closed for the day.

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority subway and commuter rail system is shut down until further notice as officials try to keep citizens off the streets following the fatal shoot out in Watertown early Friday morning that lead to the death of the first suspect.


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