O'Connor: 'We want people to trust their instincts'

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April 29, 2013, 10:42 am
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(NECN) -  After the attack on the marathon, officials are stressing the public remain vigilant and the “See Something, Say Something” campaign.

Joseph O'Connor, the MBTA Superintendent-in-Chief joined NECN to discuss how people can remain vigilant.

He says the campaign has multiple forms, including an app, where people can report potential problems.

“We want people to trust their instincts,” said O’Connor.

He says the MBTA has been preparing for years for many scenarios, including dog and chemical training, as well as a robust camera system.

For more, watch the attached video.

Tags: MBTA, Boston Marathon, suspect, vigilant, Joseph O'Connor, Bombings
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