Ex-Patriots Players Come to Rescue at Boston Bombing

Investigators say the devices were possibly two pressure cookers loaded with shrapnel.
1:18 | 04/17/13

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Now to two former new england patriots players and super bowl champs now being hailed as heroic rescuers for racing into the chaos right after the boston bombings. What they were thinking and why they did it in their own words. Take a look. Looked like a scene from a war. It's just a cloud of smoke and chaos and your ears kind of explode. My instincts kicked in and i ran toward the blast not thinking and just looking to help. My upbringing and my father was a police officer. My three brothers are new york city firemen and saw three young girls, trying to carry their mother on their back and ran over to them and said let me help and scooped her up and walked her down the block, brought her over t ambulance knowing I have five children of my own, I was trying to help them breathe, calm down. I'm holding a woman who's nearly lost her leg and is losing an incredible amount of blood. We just did the best we could in that moment. I can still see her face and sill at this point don't know if she's okay. It is a little relieving to know they're home safe and, you know, not still in the hospital. Civilians, they were the heros, THE EMTs, THE FIREMEN, POLICE, Everybody out there helping.

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