It’s what drove him to
This is a celebration of running,” Bugler said.
Just before 6 o’clock Tuesday night, Bugler showed up Fleet Feet in Brighton having just driven back from
There, at the running store, a group of runners was preparing to take off on a run dedicated to the victims of the
Before they began, Bugler recounted the terrifying scene.
He had finished 40 minutes before the blast.
“It’s almost like an attack on life. It was an awful experience,” he said.
The runners ran 4.09 miles, the same number seen on the race block when the first explosion rocked