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Friends, family, victims finish Marathon

Some were runners. Others were friends and family members of those hurt in the blasts. And two, the Norden brothers, sat wheelchair-bound near the spot where they each lost a leg.

But, one month after the Boston Marathon bombings, the dozens gathered in the Back Bay on a rainy Wednesday evening carrying signs and donning “Boston Strong” T-shirts descended on Boylston Street with a purpose: to finish the race.

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