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A woman placed flowers at the intersection of Boylston and Arlington streets Tuesday.
Valerie Kelly, 28, of Boston, received her medal from volunteer Gail Reynolds of Jamaica Plain. Kelly was unable to finish the race.
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The barricades blocking off the area around theMarathon finish line were turned into memorials.
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A tube of Bengay, a pain relief medicine, lay near flowers at a memorial site.
A woman took a cellphone photograph of a poster on Boylston and Arlington streets.
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A woman placed a note with flowers at a police barricade near the finish line.
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A man knelt by flowers and a “Don’t tread on me” flag.
Cami Kenney and Derek Weber, both of Brighton, offered free hugs.
People move items from a vigil after the barricade they were hanging on was taken down and a portion of Boylston Street reopened.
Flowers and American flags at a police barricade.
Three Boston shirts at another site.
A mourner left a note quoting the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
A man in a Boston Marathon 2013 shirt carried flowers.
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