FROM SOCIAL MEDIA: News, comments from the Boston Marathon course – News – MetroWest Daily News, Framingham, MA

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It’s raining, it’s pouring. The crowds are gathering in Hopkinton, Ashland, Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, Newton, Brookline and Boston here is what they are saying in their own words.

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Cherry Scanzaroli of Hopedale is the first spectator at the @bostonmarathon start line, arriving at 5 a.m. She’s cheered on the runners for 25 years or so. @metrowestdaily

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Meet Titan, the @hopkintonpolice Department’s first K-9 officer since 1970. He’s a bomb sniffing dog. His partner is Officer Brian Sanchioni. @metrowestdaily

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Hopkinton’s police dog, Titan, ready for Boston Marathon security

Good luck to@4Ross as you run with@TedysTeam in#BostonMarathon2019. Your motivation to achieve your goals and your (love) story are truly inspiring!@randrolson

— rachel doucette (@rachel_doucette)April 15, 2019

The start line is waiting for you, and so are we. Good luck today!

— John Hancock (@johnhancockusa)April 15, 2019

Good luck to those running the Boston Marathon.   Rain, snow or shine it’s an incredible accomplishment and a lot of money raised towards hundreds of charities in need. !#bostonstrong#BostonMarathon2019

— Jon Lounsbury (@Jlounsbury11)April 15, 2019

Up bright and early for the#BostonMarathon! Great to see Troy Cappos, Shari Rainville and Natalie Ellard volunteering at this historic race!

— Colby-Sawyer XC & TF (@CSC_XCTF)April 15, 2019

Cheering from Mile 24 this year w/ <2 weeks to Big Sur. Quick PSA to all#BostonMarathon spectators: bring extra gloves just in case your slightly delusional, covered friend gets cold &

— Danielle Gaynor (@DGaynor16)April 15, 2019

Muffin House Cafe in#Hopkinton is offer runnings a little

— Jon Phelps (@JPhelps_MW)April 15, 2019

Yeaaahhhhh so this is the scene at the start line of the#BostonMarathon right now… rain picking up, and lightning just forced news crews to shut down our live shots for the time

— Nick Giovanni (@NickGNews)April 15, 2019



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