God bless first responders, always.
As Twitchy reported, former New England Patriot Joe Andruzzi was one of the first responders on the scene.
Former NFLer Joe Andruzzi reportedly a first responder at Boston Marathon today – pic.twitter.com/247pQyibw4 (via @RapSheet)
— Kate McKenna (@_KateMcKenna) April 16, 2013
People, including Arnold Schwarzenegger, took to Twitter to thank the brave first responders in Boston.
My thoughts are with Boston. Thank you to the brave first responders who always run toward our greatest fears to save lives.
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) April 15, 2013
Remarkable to see so many first responders & civilians running *toward* the bomb blasts in Boston today. Thoughts, prayers with the injured.
— Mary Kissel (@marykissel) April 16, 2013
You know how I know America will be ok? Not because of what's being said on Twitter, but what's being done by the first responders in Boston
— (((نMikey Ramoneن))) (@ThePantau) April 16, 2013
MT @abcnews: Obama: Boston police, fire fighters and first responders as well as #NationalGuard responded heroically and continue to do so
— National Guard (@USNationalGuard) April 15, 2013
God bless the men, women and children dealing with the bombings in Boston. Thanks to the first responders.
— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) April 15, 2013
“@TheWeek: This photo of police reacting to the bombs in Boston is incredible: http://t.co/9YgsjL7jMu” Bless all first responders.
— Elizabeth Scalia (@TheAnchoress) April 15, 2013
My thoughts & prayers are with the victims in Boston & their families, just horrific. Thank you to all the brave first responders.
— Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) April 15, 2013
I beg you: DO NOT politicize this tragedy in Boston. This is a time to pray for victims, their families and first responders. Nothing less.
— Demetrius Minor (@dminor85) April 15, 2013
Our prayers are with those injured and the first responders at the Boston Marathon.
— Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) April 15, 2013
So proud of the doctors, first responders, nurses, and civilians who undoubtedly saved numerous lives today. #Boston
— Kev (@KevDough) April 16, 2013
Powerful images were posted as well. Is it possible to hold on to some faith in humanity after a tragedy like the Boston Marathon bombing? Yes, it is:
#BostonMarathon picture that brought tears to my eyes RT @pourmecoffee First responder (Photo: Kylie Atwood/CBS News) pic.twitter.com/obZv2oLsJE
— Jasmin CHill (@jasminchill) April 16, 2013
Image of injured runners being transported by Boston EMS. 2 explosions rocked the Boston Marathon. #bostonmarathon pic.twitter.com/2UsFy5Nv7D
— Rick Nohl (@RickNohl) April 15, 2013
Boston EMS is setting up triage on Boylston, thousands of police and emergency personnel on scene. #bostonmarathon pic.twitter.com/fo45psAu3h
— Fenway-Kenmore Patch (@FenwayKenPatch) April 15, 2013
A Boston Public Works worker rushes towards the explosion with a wheelchair. #fox25 pic.twitter.com/UggjS4GnfO
— Freddy Wheeler (@FreddyWheeler) April 16, 2013
Prayers go our to all of the victims of the Boston Marathon explosion. Especially this little guy. pic.twitter.com/CUK6veTtNc
— Men's Thoughts (@Males_Thoughts) April 16, 2013
Buddy tells me 1st responder wheeled this woman out of danger and then went back to scene. #Boston pic.twitter.com/YJRWwVMw8b
— Luke Russert (@LukeRussert) April 15, 2013
BOSTON'S BEST! RT @LukeRussert Buddy sends me this pic of 5 BLOCKS of ambulances ready to go. #Boston pic.twitter.com/WLIsClrq9O #tcot
— slone (@slone) April 15, 2013
"@ThatKevinSmith: "must be 100 ambulances. #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/h5DLGxHsvB" Thank you, Boston First responders!!!" @Boston_EMS
— Jodi (@jods10503) April 15, 2013
EMS staff watching presser on event. Many were in tent treating runners and jumped into action to treat trauma pts pic.twitter.com/8OUdcmwo0m
— Boston EMS (@BOSTON_EMS) April 15, 2013
WCVB has said they are treating 19 patients at Mass General http://t.co/gcEetJbdWV pic.twitter.com/wiir8khMwj
— ABC News (@ABC) April 15, 2013
The sun rises again in Boston. Thank you @Boston_Police & @CambridgePolice for your swift response + ongoing work. pic.twitter.com/pRqTmCCiYY
— Anna Weiss (@a_weiss) April 16, 2013
We are all forever in the debt of those who run toward danger and not from it. This incredibly moving photo sums it up best.
Nie ma mocnych "@passantino: Photo: Boston police stand guard tonight at scene of marathon twin bombing (Getty) pic.twitter.com/wOfODuKqhc"
— Jarosław Kuźniar (@JaroslawKuzniar) April 16, 2013
God bless you.
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