Family members of those killed in the two bombings near the Boston Marathon finish line in April, and about 200 people who were injured, applied to receive part of the more than $47.4 million donated to The One Fund Boston ahead of the deadline Saturday, fund administrator Kenneth Feinberg said in an e-mail.
“All eligible claimants filed. Very unlikely we missed anybody,” Feinberg wrote. A final tally of applicants is expected to be available Monday, he said. Administrators will then sort through applications and determine how much money each victim will get. Any donations received before June 27 will be distributed to victims and their families. The fund will keep receiving donations, but administrators have not yet decided where that money will go.