Boston’s police commissioner has said that a fire at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston is likely not related to the two explosions that rocked the finish line of the Boston Marathon today. In any case, the library itself confirms that there were no injuries.
All staff and visitors are safe and accounted for. Thank you.
— JFK Library (@JFKLibrary) April 15, 2013
BREAKING: Boston police commissioner: JFK Library fire doesn't appear to be related to marathon explosions
— The Associated Press (@AP) April 15, 2013
Boston Police say the JFK library incident, initially believed to be a blast, now appears to be fire related. http://t.co/BTRRLYDYZa
— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) April 15, 2013
Commissioner Davis now says BPD has not linked the incendiary device that went off at JFK Library to the explosions on Boylston St.
— Tom Caron (@TomCaron) April 15, 2013
BPD commissioner says it is not clear what happened at JFK library. Could be fire or incendiary. Fair call: too early still #bostonmarathon
— Sunny Singh (@sunnysingh_nw3) April 15, 2013
Burned part of building at JFK Library. Fire in two year old wing that housed mostly offices. FBI still on scene pic.twitter.com/LGBJx2U0p3
— David Robichaud (@RobiWBZ) April 15, 2013
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