Krystle, 29, is sadly one of three people killed in the tragic bombing on April 15 in Boston and we have photos of the lovely young woman whose life was tragically cut short.
Krystle Campbell Killed In Boston Marathon Explosions
Krystle has been named as the second victim in the explosions that occurred on April 15.
She is a Boston native and studied at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She was watching the marathon with a friend of hers who is currently in critical condition.
Martin Richard Killed In Boston Explosion
We told you that Martin Richard, 8, was named as the first victim of the Boston explosions. Martin’s dad was running in the marathon, and Martin was there to cheer his dad on.
He was in the third grade, and was standing next to his mom, Denise Richard, and his six-year-old sister. His sister lost her leg and the mother underwent brain surgery.
The Boston Globe tweeted: “Investigators found circuit board believed used to trigger marathon bombs. The circuit board was found directly across the street from where Gov. Patrick had been sitting earlier.”
According to an official, this is what was found on the scene:
“Investigators have also recovered components of the bombs, enabling them to determine what they consisted of two six-liter pressure cookers packed with nails, metal and ball bearings. The makeshift bombs were placed in black duffel bags, the official said.
The one that exploded first was placed on the ground on Boylston Street, across from finish-line viewing stands where dignitaries, including Governor Deval Patrick, had been sitting earlier. The second duffel bag was placed on the ground about 75 to 100 yards down the street, outside the Forum restaurant at 755 Boylston.”
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