Boston Gets Back To Normal After Bombing Suspect Captured : News Photo

Boston Gets Back To Normal After Bombing Suspect Captured

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WATERTOWN, MA - APRIL 20: Nick Arcolano and his wife, Joy Arcolano, stand in their driveway and go through the many interviews they have given to the media about being close to the capture of the bombing suspect near Franklin Street. Now that one Boston Marathon bombing suspect has been caught and the other is deceased, the Boston area is beginning to return to normal. (Photo by David L. Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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WATERTOWN, MA - APRIL 20: Nick Arcolano and his wife, Joy Arcolano, stand in their driveway and go through the many interviews they have given to the media about being close to the capture of the bombing suspect near Franklin Street. Now that one Boston Marathon bombing suspect has been caught and the other is deceased, the Boston area is beginning to return to normal. (Photo by David L. Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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