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Old 04-15-2013, 8:28 PM
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Default Boston public safety response audio to marathon terrorist attack

We are releasing to the general public the feed archives from Boston's Public Safety response to the terrorist attack on the Boston marathon. Here they are below.

Please note the terms of reuse listed at the bottom of this message:

Boston Police, Fire and EMS Audio Archives - this feed primarily has Boston PD

2:47 PM to 3:17 PM (Incident starts at the 4:30 min mark)
http://areg.radioreference.com/20130...00202-6254.mp3

3:17 PM to 3:47 PM
http://areg.radioreference.com/20130...11792-6254.mp3

3:47 PM to 4:17 PM
http://areg.radioreference.com/20130...13865-6254.mp3

Boston Fire Department Audio Archives

2:42 to 3:12 PM (Incident starts 7:48 minute mark)
http://areg.radioreference.com/20130...474739-497.mp3

3:12 PM to 3:42 PM
http://areg.radioreference.com/20130...654135-497.mp3

3:42 PM to 4:12 PM
http://areg.radioreference.com/20130...384646-497.mp3

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Old 04-16-2013, 12:01 AM
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@Blantonl, I hope that I'm not stepping out of line here or on any toes of your guys at Radio Reference but I wanted to let you know that the San Jose Mercury newspaper's website posted a combined audio clip from the 4/15 Boston Police/EMS/Fire Dept. Boston Marathon Explosion radio transmissions onto their website and they did not give proper credit so I sent a nice note to their webmaster referring back to this post and the request that all use be credited back to Broadcastify as request by you.

And thank your for posting these clips because it gives some real insight to what was happening, something that wasn't available watching the news reports on television or hearing on radio.

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Old 04-16-2013, 7:36 AM
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Fox News used these clips today. Credit to the site was given.

Truly a horrific incident. Praying for everyone involved!
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Thank you Lindsey for making these available. I wasn't going to be the first reply, but on my site the credit is given to Broadcastify with the site url embedded into "Broadcastify"

Again, thanks for making these available.
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I second those thanks.These archives show the immediate, professional response of these selfless individuals to run into the danger zone, save lives, and prevent further injury despite any instinct to run and despite mass chaos both on the street and on the air.

I was just as amazed by the video, horrible as it was. Right as the first explosion went off, one of the police on the route, his first reaction as the shockwave hit him barely 50 feet away, as everybody else instinctively flinched, was to put his hand on his weapon, lean into the shockwave, and start running towards it as everybody else fell away from the blast. Boston PD, FD, and EMS all showed their extraordinary courage under fire yesterday, evacuating and treating the victims at extreme risk to themselves.
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Thanks for posting these.....But, the person(s) I really would like to thank are the feed provider(s)
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Perhaps Lindsay or another of the higher ups could answer this but just playing devils advocate, has there ever been an event to make you guys want to consider shutting down a feed or withhold audio after 5 minutes of you guys hearing it for yourself ???. Something like the 9/11 fd tapes were tough but still sounded a lot like a routine multi alarmer but I don't think I could handle hearing someone dying for 5 minutes on an open mike. just curious what rules or procedures you may already have around something like that.
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Thank you. The level of professionalism is unparalleled.

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Thank you for the files Lindsey!!
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