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Local runners see chaos at Boston Marathon's end

7:03 AM, Apr. 16, 2013
Post-Crescent Media editor describes Boston Marath...
Post-Crescent Media editor describes Boston Marath...: April 15, 2013: Post-Crescent Media editor Dwight Nale describes the scene in Boston following explosions at the Boston Marathon finish line.
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Jim Dietsche finished the Boston Marathon just 40 minutes before the chaos began.

Dietsche, his wife and their three children were less than a half-mile from the site of the explosions when they saw people rushing down Boylston Street, where the bombings took place, in hysterics.

"There was a lot of panic," said Dietsche, a De Pere resident who had run Boston eight times before Monday's race. "There were sirens all over, ambulance, fire, police - all with a goal of trying to push all the people away from area. It was very, very scary. We're still frazzled." ...

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