Bombing Aftermath Was 'Like a Stampede'

Members of the close-knit Tufts University women's lacrosse team discuss experiencing attack.
3:14 | 04/16/13

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Members of the Tufts University women's lacrosse team were in fact right at the finish line shot you -- now from the WCVB TV. Helicopter over Copley plaza this morning they were cheering on their fellow students. -- in the race three members and injured in the bombings and the chaos afterwards we want to welcome Kerry -- Kerry again Aaron Callahan. And their friend who was in the marathon. Charlotte -- And it's worth pointing out yesterday patriots day. This is a college town -- -- -- so many college students look forward to this day data spend to rubble with your friends. So tell us about those first moments again. When that bomb exploded as if you were watching Charlotte crossed the finish line. Well we're all watching and cheering on and a -- marathon team I'm and then the first on my mom's. An -- and -- be out strangers that man and asked what happened to -- the second run option. And we -- -- screens -- -- and others that never ran so fast my life. What did you see when you looked down. On the wall when I looked down the street at first when I just -- a lot of debris. And then I heard -- second one. Now we didn't mention there were three. Of your teammates that were injured they will release from. Area hospitals last night what -- -- tell -- about their condition. Think right now. They're safe and -- and their family is and then Jane Wells that's all -- really can't I don't know perhaps hit that same. Good Charlotte you were running. What -- what did you know win. First explosion rocked the finish line. Yeah I was learning to -- and my friend for the last six miles of their race and we've just processors time traveling minutes before them. Explosions monopolies they're like fireworks are came into personally turnaround in the news evening and then the second -- off. And we all just started sprinting and then -- turn -- and when I got to safety for -- saves. Location I turned around and I had a videotaped in -- Pictures and I guess. -- police were pestering -- to keep moving -- That we've heard you horrific things about injuries suffered so many lower limb injury shrapnel injuries or any and he struck. -- The bomb moral or the last minute chatter -- -- -- -- -- We are all kind of -- to the ground and in the -- of -- like everybody just -- -- it was like a stampede to. I just killings have again. Mary hear from -- strand I mean I was so -- I just got right back coming. But I wasn't personally it's okay what it sounds like he's seen they can't always like to Vienna. There's just so very loud -- you could almost feel. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You -- the bomb gone bananas snaps cats living in an ambulance screaming and running. -- -- Charlotte JKN and we very much appreciate your time.

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