Shock from the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings has been felt across the country, and particularly so near the nation's capital.
Three people are reported dead and more than 100 injured after two explosions near the Boston Marathon finish line on Monday at around 3 p.m.
- Stephanie Danahy, 56, of Fairfax Station
- Brian Carbaugh, 43, of Clifton
- Yvette Rogers, 52, of Clifton
- Keith Bennett, 32, of Lorton
- Ivette Booher, 47, of Lorton
- Andrew Killian, 33, of Lorton
- Rosemary Spraker, 49, of Lorton
- Anne-Marie Adams, 36, of Springfield
- James Cardosi, 33, of Springfield
- Rachel Chamberlin, 32, of Springfield
- Jeremy Lynch, 32, of Springfield
- Karen Marchant, 59, of Springfield
- Brenda Stuart, 40, of Springfield
- Ted Waugh, 44, of Springfield
- Ernest Wittich, 49, of Springfield
On Alert, Locally
The Fairfax County Emergency Information blog is warning residents to be "vigilant" in the wake of the bombings
If you're looking for family members in Boston or you have family members who might be looking for you, go to this Red Cross site.
Additionally, 617-635-4500 is the Boston hot line for those trying to locate friends and loved ones.