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Coming up this evening at 9, "Piers Morgan Live" will have continuing coverage of Monday's Boston Marathon bombings.
In the aftermath of an incident that has resulted in multiple deaths, and more than 100 injuries, Piers Morgan will anchor the show from his New York studio, welcoming eye witnesses to the explosions, as well as a series on CNN reporters who will be on the ground in Boston with the latest updates.
Amongst those expected to join the program this evening is David Abel, a "Boston Globe" reporter who shared this message on Twitter earlier this afternoon:
Fine. Reporting. I was 10 feet from explosion. Shaken up. But not a scratch. Worst thing I ever saw.
— David Abel (@davabel) April 15, 2013
In addition to Abel, Boston.com Sports producer Steve Silva is scheduled to speak live with the host having captured what is widely being viewed as the most-compelling video seen thus far (warning: strong language):
My raw video shot from finish line just as first explosion goes off fb.me/25YnUhe8T
— Steve Silva (@stevesilva) April 15, 2013
Tune in this evening at 9 as "Piers Morgan Live" continues coverage of deadly event that officials are linking to terrorism.
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