San Diego City Council Observes Moment of Silence for Boston
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The San Diego City Council observed a moment of silence today to honor the victims, families and first responders of Monday's bombing near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
City Council President Todd Gloria said their prayers were with the city of Boston and its residents.
Three people were killed and around 170 injured in a pair of explosions, with 17 of the hurt listed in critical condition.
One of the dead was an 8-year-old boy whose mother and sister were among those seriously injured.
President Barack Obama said today the FBI was investigating the bombing as "an act of terror.''
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner released a statement late Monday that called the attack "deplorable and heart-breaking.''
"The city of San Diego weeps with the people of Boston and we stand with you in a nationwide desire and resolve to find a solution to keep random, violent tragedy from striking,'' Filner said. "Enough is enough."
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