“If you were standing where I am,” Ron Kramer was saying Tuesday morning from downtown Boston, “it would bring so many tears to your eyes, you would just lose it emotionally.”
In a typical year, Kramer, 73, of Greenacres, serves as lead vehicle coordinator for the Boston Marathon. This is not a typical year, as the world learned during Monday’s tragic race, so Tuesday, Kramer was back downtown, placing finisher’s medals around the necks of marathoners who never had a chance to complete their 26.2-mile journey following two bomb explosions near the finish line.
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