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Saturday, April 20, 2013

A Boston bombing suspect dies after shootout with police, the other continues fled

A few hours after the FBI made ​​public images of the two main suspects in the bombing of Boston that Monday killed three people, gave them police after an officer shot a college campus nearby. After a chase film to the town of Watertown, one of them killed by the police fell, while the other was on the runThe Boston Police confirmed thatone of the suspects died in hospital after being arrested , while the second is fled. The agents have expanded the security perimeter around a house in a residential area of Watertown, which has 32,248 inhabitants. In the vicinity of the house there is a tank and a helicopter flies over the house constantly. The police act with a large deployment of personnel and armored vehicles, as well as with great caution for fear that the suspect has planted explosives in the house or which also has in its possession. The streets are completely empty, as directed by the authorities, who have declared a curfew that means closing schools, universities, businesses and public transportation closures. A neighbor who asked not to be identified expressed "fear" when began to hear the noise of helicoptershovering overhead. "I feared the worst," said the neighbor, who said he has not heard gunshots, or any type of detonation. The only vehicles that circulate are police cars and some vehicles of residents to leave their homes. The police have appealed through the media to ask the public to remain in a safe place. The curfew affects the city of Boston, which also appears deserted, Waltham, Newton, Belmont and Allston Brighton and the university city of Cambridge. 

"Have you come to kill people"

The deceased is the man who on Thursday afternoon was presented by the FBI as "suspect number one", wearing a black capThe commissioner said still looking for the suspect number two, with white cap. Said it is a "terrorist who has come to kill people. Should be catch him." The suspects are two brothers of Chechen origin, according to his uncle, carry in the United States since 2003. The suspect fled wouldDzhokhar Tsarnaev , 19, who lived in Cambridge. The deceased is his brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev , who had multiple gunshot wounds and shrapnel "some kind of explosive." Wounded, he arrived at the hospital just after 1.20 am and died 15 minutes after an unsuccessful attempt at resuscitation.

Located after theft

The police operation began early in the evening in Boston (dawn of Spain) when two young, heavily armed with explosives, were located by police and the FBI after a robbery at a supermarket 7/11.  During the chase came a shooting on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he died an agent of the Police and another injured. In the scuffle between police and the suspects were heard dozens of shots and several explosions, which caused panic in the area, reported via Twitter journalists from The New York Times and The Boston GlobeThe two suspects were throwing explosives from the windows of the vehicle to police officers pursued them, according to several witnesses. After an accident in a gas station and leave the vehicle, the "suspect 1" according to the FBI identification was detained seriously injured and the second ran through a residential area and close to a shopping center. Hours later, officers found empty the suspected vehicle in which the suspect was riding a gray Honda CRV, bound for New York, according to Boston Police in his official Twitter account. Police Patrols are Connecticut on Interstate 74, near the border with Massachusetts. In addition, an Amtrack train has been arrested at the height of Norwalk in search of the suspect. Registration, with agents "heavily armed" unsuccessful.

A city stop

Police has deployed special teams to Watertown intervention heavily armedThe authorities have asked residents not to leave their homes and not to open the door to anyone who does not identify correctly as an agent. They also announced the suspension until further notice transportation of metropolitan Boston, and decreed the curfew in the town of Watertown where the search continues for a suspect. In a press conference, city officials asked the public not to attempt to access public transport, which has been paralyzed. The agents called "patience" and "understanding "with the current situation and explained that the suspects are linked to the deaths of three people in the marathon as well as a policeman in the campus of MIT.

Gunfight at the MIT campus

The deceased officer at MIT had multiple gunshot woundsThe incident took place around 10:30 in the evening (2:00 GMT Friday) between the buildings 32 and 76. University officials asked students not to leave their homes , while giving agents a stop to one of the suspects in the shooting in the area of WatertownAll classes have been canceled this Friday both at MIT and Harvard, Boston University and Emerson. The campus is located in the vicinity of Boston, which was the scene this week of bombings during the city marathon.



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