Transcript for 2 women hold hands as they finish Pittsburgh marathon
Finally tonight here, America strong. It's now how fast you run the race, it's how you finish, and in this case, who you finish with. This was the moment, mile 25 at the Pittsburgh marathon. Two strangers holding hands through that final mile. On the left, Laura maizer from Ohio. And what she said to Jessica Robertson from Pennsylvania. I'll make you a promise. I won't leave you if you don't leave me, no matter what, we'll cross together. I said, I promise I won't leave you, because I can't do this You got this! Woo! Reporter: They were the last ones in the marathon. But you could still hear those cheers, and they would cross the finish line in seven hours, 22 minutes, 56 seconds. And this was the image, the moment they did it. Hi, David. Reporter: Tonight, Laura from Ohio with a message for Jessica. Thank you so much for being there right beside me the whole time and just being there for me and I'll hold your hand any time, honey. Hi, David. Reporter: And Jessica with a message for Laura, who offered to hold her hand until the end. It shows me that I'm stronger than I knew and that I can accomplish anything with friends and family in my corner. Laura and Jessica with a reminder for us all. I'm David Muir. Thanks for watching tonight. Good night.
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