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On an evening which saw authorities capture the second suspect wanted in connection with Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon, on Friday evening Piers Morgan welcomed a handful of eyewitnesses and experts charged with providing detailed insight into a series of events that marked the end of what had been a week of terror for many Massachusetts residents.
Joining "Piers Morgan Live" via phone, local resident Bob Goodman detailed his emotions:
"It's a situation where we were recovering from what happened on Monday, and then, for some of us who live in Watertown – especially in this neighborhood – it was kind of a re-traumatization of what we had already been through. So, it's been tough."
Goodman lives nearby to where police apprehended 19-year-old Dzhokar Tsarnaev, and shared some of his emotions upon seeing an end to the manhunt:
"I feel very relieved, I have to say, I'm still a little scared, but I absolutely feel relieved," Goodman told Morgan. "This is a very, very tight-knit neighborhood, and we've never seen anything, at all, remotely like this, ever."
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