Runners react near Kenmore Square after two bombs exploded during the 117th Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Photographer: (Photo by Alex Trautwig/Getty Images)
BOSTON - The two explosions at the Boston Marathon on Monday left dozens injured and many more searching for their loved ones.
Here are a few ways to get information about friends and family who were at the marathon:
American Red Cross of Eastern Massachusetts: Those affected by the explosions can post on the American Red Cross “Safe and Well Listings” which allows friends and family to know if they are OK. http://rdcrss.org/N3R2yG
Boston Mayor’s Hotline: Those trying to locate loved ones who may be injured from the marathon blasts should call 617-635-4500.
Google Person Finder’s Boston Marathon page: If you’re looking for someone or have information, you can search Google Person Finder’s page that was set up in the wake of the attacks. http://bit.ly/17f9Gra
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