Bombing Suspects: 1 Dead, 1 At Large


Chaos continues in the Boston area, post-marathon bombings, as last night one of the suspects, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was killed. The other suspect, his younger brother, Dzhokhar Tsarneav, is still on the run.

The violence last night is believed to have begun with a robbery of a 7-Eleven in Cambridge, followed by a shooting on the MIT campus that killed an MIT police officer.

A carjacking occurred in Cambridge, and police discovered the vehicle in Watertown. As Watertown police pursued the vehicle, explosive devices were thrown at them by the suspects.

Gun fire was exchanged between the suspects and the police and it is believed that one of the suspects was hit, taken into custody and later died. A police officer was also hit by the gun fire and is in critical condition.

The second suspect is still at large and will certainly be facing several criminal charges once he is apprehended.

Police have the neighborhood on lock down and are going door to door in search of suspect number two.

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