Chicago runners say they were cheering last night when the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings was captured. And they breathed a collective sigh of relief.
Chicago’s running community is showing its support for Boston and the victims of Monday’s tragic bomb attack. As CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports, it happened Tuesday night.
In the wake of the bombings at the Boston Marathon, the Chicago Area Runners Association was honoring their Boston colleagues with a Unity Run on Tuesday. The run, starting at Foster Avenue beach, was not getting any special security attention, but other sporting events in Chicago over the next few days will.
There’s growing concern on the Chicago Lakefront Trail, over a man who, runners say, has been punching women along the path.