Congress to honor responders, victims of bombings

April 26, 2013, 7:14 am
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(NECN) - Congress is preparing an official recognition to honor victims and first responders in the Boston Marathon bombing attack.
The nine members of the Massachusetts delegation are scheduled to begin Friday at noon for a recognition service paying tribute the struggle, bravery, dedication and sacrifice of all those involved in the race to serve and recover from the attack.
Special recognition is expected for the four killed in the attack and its aftermath.

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