Video of Boston Marathon Explosions: At least 2 dead, scores injured

Now available, a video of the Boston marathon explosions on Monday that have left at least two dead and scores seriously injured.

According to Boston Globe, Boston police have confirmed that the first blast occured around 3 p.m. along the marathon route in the area of Boylston Street.

A second explosion went off about 10 seconds later, the New York Times reported. The two explosions were about 550 feet apart.

The third explosion was reported at the John F. Kennedy Library, but peacekeeping officers say they’re not certain if it was related to the twin blasts.

CNN has reported that the casualties include an 8-year-old boy who was watching the event. The names of the dead victims as well as those injured have not been released.

Asked if the explosions were a terrorist attack, the Boston police chief reportedly said they’re “not being definitive, but you can reach your own conclusions.”

NBC News has reported that they’re questionning many people but no one is in custody. However, separate reports say a “possible suspect” is “being guarded” at a local Hospital.

Mike Bloomberg, New York City mayor, said in a statement:

“As law enforcement authorities investigate today's explosions in Boston, I ask all New Yorkers to keep the victims and their families in your thoughts and prayers. I have spoken with Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, and the NYPD has stepped up security at strategic locations and critical infrastructure, including our subways. Some of the security steps we are taking may be noticeable, including deployment of Critical Response Vehicles and additional police personnel, and others will not be. We have 1,000 members of the NYPD assigned to counter-terrorism duties, and they - along with the entire NYPD and the investments we have made in counter-terrorism infrastructure - are being fully mobilized to protect our city.”

According to Yahoo News, President Barack Obama is set to address the nation regarding the Boston Marathon explosions at 6:10 Monday night. Update: Watch the video of President Obama’s statement.

Meanwhile, tech and search engine giant Google released a tool ( to help people find their loved ones or assure that they’re safe.

The Boston Marathon is one of the premier sporting events in the United States.