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A little before 12:50 a.m., the One Run for Boston baton reached its destination.
Eric Moskowitz/Globe Staff
A crowd had gathered at the finish line on Boylston Street to watch the end of a cross-country relay race.
Marathon bombing victim John Odom (left) shook hands with Carlos Arredondo. Odom's daughter carried the baton into Copley Square.
An MBTA bus driver showed his support as hundreds of people ran the final stretch.
Greg Kendall-Ball for The Boston Globe
Runners covered about 3,300 miles to in a cross-country relay to raise money for victims of the Marathon bombings.
Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff
Marathon race director Dave McGillivray (left) received the One Run for Boston baton in Hopkinton today.
Participant Dan Bohannon added his signature to a banner mapping the route on Thursday.
On Friday, runners in Pennsylvania ran their leg of the relay with the baton, which has been nicknamed Miles.
The baton was outfitted with a GPS transponder to track its progress.
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