Van Cortlandt Track Club runners unite following Boston Marathon blasts

A group of Bronx runners met for their usual run Tuesday night, determined to stay united following explosions at the Boston Marathon. The Van Cortlandt

The Van Cortlandt Park Track Club held a

The Van Cortlandt Park Track Club held a moment of silence for the victims before their workout.

THE BRONX - A group of Bronx runners met for their usual run Tuesday night, determined to stay united following explosions at the Boston Marathon.

The Van Cortlandt Park Track Club held a moment of silence for the victims and hugged each other before setting out on a run in the park.

Several members of the group were in Boston at the time, but everyone made it home safely.
 

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