Prince Harry pays tribute to Boston bombing victims
Sunday, April 21, 2013 - 00:33
April 21 - Prince Harry, grandson of Queen Elizabeth, says that the people of Boston were ''remarkable'' in the way they dealt with the deadly bombings. No reporter narration
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Prince Harry, grandson of Queen Elizabeth, attended the London marathon on Sunday (April 21) and said that Boston was "remarkable" in the way it had dealt with the bombings. Harry was there at the London Marathon Charitable Trust to present trophies to the winners of the elite men's and women's races.Hundreds of extra police were deployed to secure the first race in the World Marathon Majors since two explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday (April 15) killed three people and wounded 176. Harry paid tribute to the people of Boston and praised the way they had dealt with the bombings.The organisers will donate 2 pounds per finisher to The One Fund Boston, set up to raise money for the victims. They estimate around 35,500 people will cross the line, meaning they are likely to raise at least 100,000 dollars (USD).
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