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Interactive: How Close Were Northstate Runners to the Explosion?

Published On: Apr 16 2013 07:20:59 PM CDT   Updated On: Apr 16 2013 07:44:55 PM CDT
Boston Marathon bombing

Adam Aigner-Treworgy/CNN

Numbers of people injured in the Boston Marathon explosions continue to rise. Among them, Redding nurse Marilyn Kight, who was injured while watching her daughter run from the sidelines.

For the Northstate runners who made the trip to Boston, we have confirmed that all of them are safe, but several had some close calls, completing the marathon only minutes around when the first explosion went off near the finish line.

Explore our table below to view all of the local runners, their finishing times and how close their finishing times were to when the first bomb went off.

All data courtesy of the Boston Athletic Association.
*Did not run in accordance with the runner look-up from