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Lives not lost: As long as we remember
If you can, name the four people killed in last year’s Boston Marathon bombing and the manhunt that followed. Take a moment. Think back. Who were they? What were their names? What were their stories?
Krystle Campbell of Arlington, Mass., watched the marathon from Copley Square every year. She was standing on Boylston Street when one of the bombs exploded near her. She was a few weeks shy of her 30th birthday.
Lingzi Lu, 23, was a Boston University graduate student from China. The Globe reported that she had traveled to New Hampshire on a campus Christian fellowship trip and was friendly and well-liked. Her professors called her a promising scholar. She was an economist one class shy of a graduate degree in statistics.
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