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Boston Marathon bombing anniversary

Published 5:00 PM ET, Tue April 15, 2014
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People pause Tuesday, April 15, as the American flag is raised at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, where two homemade bombs went off one year ago. It was the deadliest terrorist attack in the United States since 9/11. charles krupa/ap
A wreath was laid at one of the bomb sites, under a steady rain on Boston's Boylston Street. Jared Wickerham/Getty Images
Sharon Neary, of Rochester, New York, cries while watching Tuesday's ceremony in Boston. Andrew Burton/Getty Images
The family of Martin Richard, an 8-year-old boy killed in the attack, meet with Cardinal Sean Patrick O'Malley during the wreath-laying ceremony. Martin was one of three people killed in the bombings. At least 264 people were injured. Andrew Burton/Getty Images
From left, former Boston Mayor Tom Menino, Boston Mayor Martin Walsh, Vice President Joe Biden and Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick lower their heads for a moment of silence during the tribute. "America will never, ever, ever stand down," Biden said during the ceremony. "We are Boston. We are America. We respond, we endure, we overcome and we own the finish line." charles krupa/ap
Olivia Savarino, facing the camera, hugs Christelle Pierre-Louis during the ceremonies on Boylston Street. Savarino was working at the Forum restaurant when a bomb went off in front of the building on April 15, 2013. Steven Senne/ap
Flowers lie on the finish line of the Boston Marathon. The annual race will take place next Monday, April 21. Andrew Burton/Getty Images
Members of the Boston Police Department, the Boston Fire Department and the Massachusetts State Police march prior to Tuesday's wreath-laying ceremony. Andrew Burton/Getty Images
A Boston police officer waves traffic across the finish line. Andrew Burton/Getty Images
Running shoes are laid out in a display at the Boston Public Library. It's called "Dear Boston: Messages from the Marathon Memorial." Andrew Burton/Getty Images