A marathon's finish line conjures up images of sweat and celebration, but on Monday in Boston the nation's oldest marathon was marred by explosions. Many cameras were rolling as the race clock approached the 4-hour, 10-minute mark and disaster followed. The following videos detail the chaotic scene from people who were on Boylston Street when the blast occurred. Viewer discretion is advised.
|The Moment of Impact|
Camera captures the deadly explosions and chaos near the marathon's finish line.
|Finish Line Explosion|
Video shows runner Bill Iffrig falling as a result of the blast on Boston's Boylston Street.
|Stuck Between Two Blasts|
A bystander films the chaos of people positioned in between the two explosions.
|Explosions Were 'Like a War Zone'|
Rachel Sibley describes the chaos from explosions at the annual Boston Marathon.
|Chaos on the Sidewalk|
Stamapis Astra films the injured in the moments following the bombings.
|Second Bomb Rattles Marathon Watchers|
Ryan Hoyme captures the commotion in the viewing stands at Boston's annual marathon.
|TV Producer Witnesses Terror|
Kendal Heath describes the chaotic scene on Boylston Street.
|Screaming in the Stands|
John Walls films in the viewing stands as the second bomb goes off on Boylston Street.
|Doctor Recalls a 'Mess of Bodies'|
Dr. Allan Panter, an emergency-room doctor, discusses what he saw and how he tried to save lives.