Russell Goldman of ABC News is live-blogging the news about the bomb explosions that rocked the Boston Marathon finish line. Live-streaming video at the site.
4:34 pm ET: 400 Massachusetts National Guard soldiers were on the scene for the marathon.
4:24 pm ET: A Federal law enforcement authority confirms to ABC News this was an intentional bombing, using small portable explosive devices.
4:21 pm ET: Boston Police confirms they have found three more suspicious devices. One has been rendered safe.
4:13 pm ET: The FAA has issued a temporary flight restriction over the area of explosion.
4:11 pm ET: Boston Fire Department to brief media at 4:30pm at Westin Hotel.
4:09 pm ET: Tufts Medical Center confirms that 9 victims have been taken there.
4:06 pm ET: Law enforcement authorities tell ABC News they are testing smoke and materials at scene for chemical substances.
4:05 pm ET: Boston police confirm at least 22 injured, 2 dead.
Those numbers will probably rise.
The Daily Mail is already reporting that up to a dozen people have been killed by the bomb explosions that rocked the Boston Marathon finish line.
Up to a dozen people have been killed in a deadly explosion and up to 60 people have been injured after two large explosions went off near the finish line of the famous Boston Marathon today, leaving behind a scene of unimaginable carnage.
Law enforcement sources told the New York Post of the body count, and said that the first explosion happened at the Fairmont Hotel.
Eyewitnesses at the scene said there were two loud explosions about five seconds apart, and emergency vehicles crowded the scene.
Witness Dave Weigel said via Twitter minutes after the explosion: ‘I saw people’s legs blown off. Horrific. Two explosions. Runners were coming in and saw unspeakable horror.’
Police told the Boston Globe that are they still finding ‘secondary devices,’ and pleading with anyone still in the area to leave at once.
A controlled explosion was set for outside the city library.
Still waiting on the Benghazi justice.