I don't know but when it happens to you and yours, it matters not if it is 1 person or 3000 people. I remember during the Boson Bombing, my cousins live there and one has run in it many times, and the other one told me he was going to go down and watch. So, when I saw it, I was trying to call my cousins, because really they are like my brothers at this point, and I could not get in touch with them.
They eventually were all right, but I was very concerned. The one that runs in it decided a couple of years ago his knees were too bad to run marathons anymore and he didn't even go. I got in touch with my other cousin, and he really is like a brother to me, we get together all the time, and he said, "I was there, but I must have left before it all happened, because I saw it on the news in a bar close by."
So, I just mean I'm sorry for the soldier and his family. And I'm glad it wasn't worse. Without all the other stuff that we focus on.
< Message edited by H Gilmer -- 10/24/2014 4:02:38 AM >
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