Two years ago, residents in Watertown, Massachusetts, were on lockdown as police searched for the second marathon bomber. Sunday, hundreds came out to say 'thank you' to law enforcement officers.
The Watertown Police Finish Strong 5K started last year as a way to help the community heal. The race goes through the neighborhood where Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found.
Watertown's Police Chief says many people in the neighborhood who were in the middle of the violence are still dealing with the trauma.
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"Until we get to the other side of the trial, I think it's going to be tough for everyone in the neighborhood but slowly we are getting back to normal and things are good," said Chief Ed Deveau.