In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, area law enforcement and first responders are taking extra steps to ensure the safety of runners and spectators for Sunday’s Army Marathon.
The inaugural event comes just six days after two homemade bombs killed three and injured hundreds in Boston. Police officials said they will be scouring the course with bomb-sniffing dogs, focusing on the start and finish lines, where spectators and runners will be more densely gathered.
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