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Central Wis. residents cope with aftermath of Boston bombings

9:01 PM, Apr. 20, 2013
SarahLong
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Like hundreds others who ran in the Boston Marathon on Monday, Greg Friese of Stevens Point and Shawn Kitchner of Marshfield said they aren't going to stop doing what they enjoy - running and participating in marathons.

"I'm saddened by this; angered, too," Friese said about the two bombs detonated during the marathon. Both men finished the race and had left the site before two bombs exploded, killing three people and injuring about 170.

"There's a mix of emotions about what happened. But we gotta live; we have got to do the things that we love," Friese said. ...

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