BOSTON — One or more suspects created incredibly evil acts in setting off two bombs that killed three people and wounded dozens more at the Boston Marathon.
But many more people acted heroically afterward to save lives and aid victims.
Wearied runners who had just completed 26 grueling miles continued running several more miles to nearby hospitals to donate blood.
Other runners jumped over fences and stepped around debris to assist the fallen and tend to their wounds.
Perhaps most iconic of the selfless heroism of that day is Carlos Arredondo, a resident of Roslindale, Mass., who went to Boston on Monday, a state holiday, to watch National Guardsmen run the race in honor of fallen...READ MORE