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100 runners participate in Silent Run to honor Boston marathon victims and families
PENSACOLA -- Nearly one hundred people turned out this morning to honor those impacted by the Boston Marathon bombings.
The runners met up at the Running Wild store on Cervantes Street in Pensacola for a 6 mile run.
For the first mile the runners stayed together in silence to honor the victims and their families.
"Running across the finish line is an emotional experience in of itself. And to think the people in Boston were robbed of that is just not right."
Paul Epstein was one of several runners from Pensacola that traveled to Boston to take part in the marathon.
Thankfully none of them were injured.