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April 19, 2013 2:01 PM

Boston remains on the edge as search continues for bombing suspect

A tense, eerie but expectant calm settled over this vibrant city and its many surrounding communities Friday as the police manhunt for the surviving suspect in Monday’s bombing brought life to a near standstill. Streets normally clogged with pedestrians and Boston’s legendary traffic stretched empty in all directions in response to the request by Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick to “shelter in place.”

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