BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Nolan McPeek-Bechtold

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When runner Michelle Nacouzi heard the first explosion, she thought it was the sound of celebratory cannon fire. It wasn’t until she saw the plume of smoke and the panicked crowd that she realized something was amiss.
When runner Michelle Nacouzi heard the first explosion, she thought it was the sound of celebratory cannon fire. It wasn’t until she saw the plume of smoke and the panicked crowd that she realized something was amiss.
At least eight Berkeley residents and UC Berkeley students who participated in Monday’s Boston Marathon were confirmed as safe after two bomb explosions at the event killed two and injured more than 100 people as of 5 p.m.
At least eight Berkeley residents and UC Berkeley students who participated in Monday’s Boston Marathon were confirmed as safe after two bomb explosions at the event killed two and injured more than 100 people as of 5 p.m.