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BOSTON - APRIL 20: Ten minutes of horror Monday: Firefighter, 34-year-veteran and Dorchester native named Patrick Foley, 58, was at the second Boston Marathon bomb site seconds after it exploded, kneeling on the ground holding two tourniquets at once on people missing limbs, ambulances driving full of victims from the first bomb. In desperation, knowing these people were bleeding to death, he flagged down a police wagon, loaded the two victims with tourniquets into the back, and kneeled on the metal floor with another firefighter, each of them cradling one of the victims in their arms, while the driver screamed through the streets to MGH. (Photo by David L. Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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BOSTON - APRIL 20: Ten minutes of horror Monday: Firefighter, 34-year-veteran and Dorchester native named Patrick Foley, 58, was at the second Boston Marathon bomb site seconds after it exploded, kneeling on the ground holding two tourniquets at once on people missing limbs, ambulances driving full of victims from the first bomb. In desperation, knowing these people were bleeding to death, he flagged down a police wagon, loaded the two victims with tourniquets into the back, and kneeled on the metal floor with another firefighter, each of them cradling one of the victims in their arms, while the driver screamed through the streets to MGH. (Photo by David L. Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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