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Remembering the victims

Staff Photo: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith
Brian Burgoyne, vice president of loans with Newton Federal Bank on U.S. Highway 278 in Covington, lowers the American flag Tuesday shortly after President Barack Obama issued a proclamation ordering that flags be flown at half-staff in honor of those who died and were injured at the Boston Marathon on Monday. The order is in effect until sundown April 20. Three people died, including an 8-year-old boy, in the bombing incident, and many others lost limbs and suffered other life-threatening injuries.

Staff Photo: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith Brian Burgoyne, vice president of loans with Newton Federal Bank on U.S. Highway 278 in Covington, lowers the American flag Tuesday shortly after President Barack Obama issued a proclamation ordering that flags be flown at half-staff in honor of those who died and were injured at the Boston Marathon on Monday. The order is in effect until sundown April 20. Three people died, including an 8-year-old boy, in the bombing incident, and many others lost limbs and suffered other life-threatening injuries.

Brian Burgoyne, vice president of loans with Newton Federal Bank on U.S. Highway 278 in Covington, lowers the American flag Tuesday shortly after President Barack Obama issued a proclamation ordering that flags be flown at half-staff in honor of those who died and were injured at the Boston Marathon on Monday. The order is in effect until sundown April 20. Three people died, including an 8-year-old boy, in the bombing incident, and many others lost limbs and suffered other life-threatening injuries.