Local Runners Take to the Streets for Boston

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 4/20/2013 7:51 pm
      More than 300 runners in Lexington took to the streets Saturday morning for a run to honor the victims and their families in Boston.

      Organizers say they wanted to show support for the city and also send a message that Americans will not be scared by terrorism.

      Lexington Mayor Jim Gray even joined the runners.

      A moment of silence was also held at the 4.09 mile mark, the same times the bombs went off in Boston.
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