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Boston's first responders

Published 10:30 AM ET, Mon April 22, 2013
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SWAT team member Scott Brooks guards the entrance of Tufts Medical Center, one of several hospitals that received patients after the Boston Marathon bombings on Monday, April 15. Greta Rybus/Getty Images for CNN
Tufts Medical Center treated about 20 patients injured by the Boston Marathon bombings. Greta Rybus/Getty Images for CNN
Dr. Horacio Hojman, surgical director of the intensive care unit at Tufts Medical Center, was called into surgery the day of the bombings. Greta Rybus/Getty Images for CNN
Security was heightened at the Tufts Medical Center, with SWAT teams roaming hallways. Greta Rybus/Getty Images for CNN
Flowers were delivered for patients at the Tufts Medical Center intensive care unit. Greta Rybus/Getty Images for CNN
Tufts nurse Stephen Segatore worked with Asaiante at the scene of the bombings to treat victims. Greta Rybus/Getty Images for CNN
SWAT team members guard the Tufts entrance. Greta Rybus/Getty Images for CNN
Lindsay Crossley and Janice McLaughlin watch their colleague Horacio Hojman talk during a news conference at Tufts. Greta Rybus/Getty Images for CNN
Former Army nurse Jim Asaiante was among the volunteer first responders at the scene of the bombings. Greta Rybus/Getty Images for CNN
A bomb scare after the marathon bombings sent Tufts staff and patients into the street. Greta Rybus/Getty Images for CNN