Responding the the deadly bombings in Boston, runners in the Bay Area are doing what they know best: lacing up. Jean Elle reports.
Responding the the deadly bombings in Boston, runners in the Bay Area are doing what they know best: lacing up.
A "Run for Boston" movement is sweeping the country.
In San Mateo on Tuesday, more than 50 people hit the track. Running by three pairs of shoes for the three people killed in the Boston Marathon bombings.
Stan Sze put on his 2011 Boston Marathon jersey and took off, "Getting together and showing solidarity for fellow Americans that's great."
Kevin Moore of San Bruno stopped by to see the group that was organized by "A Runners Mind" in Burlingame. Many on the track helped him qualify to run the Boston Marathon. Now safe at home he says he can't help but think, what if.
Moore was suppose to be at the finish line when the bombs exploded, "Me and my brother were suppose to meet at the finish for various reasons we met somewhere else thank goodness we met hopped on train, 10 minutes later bombs went off."
Moore said before the bombs exploded the marathon was one of the most magical experiences of his life. He he plans to run again next year.
A plan lots of people on the track are making.