Photos: The Day After The Boston Marathon Explosions By editor • Apr 16, 2013 ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email VIEW SLIDESHOW 1 of 15 A runner heads down the banks of the Charles River in Cambridge, Mass., in front of the Boston skyline, at dawn Tuesday. Charles Krupa AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 2 of 15 Two police officers walk down Boylston Street, away from the marathon's finish line. Brian Snyder Reuters/Landov VIEW SLIDESHOW 3 of 15 French soldiers patrol Tuesday in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Officials in major cities around the world have increased security after the explosions in Boston. Fred Dufour AFP/Getty Images VIEW SLIDESHOW 4 of 15 Members of the U.S. Army National Guard patrol Grand Central Terminal in New York City. NPR's Dina Temple-Raston reports investigators are being cautious about what they reveal, and warn it may be some time before they can say with certainty who they think was behind the attack. Carlo Allegri Reuters/Landov VIEW SLIDESHOW 5 of 15 A worker returns a bag containing a runner's personal effects near the finish line. Charles Krupa AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 6 of 15 Mourners leave flowers at the home of 8-year-old Martin Richard, in the Dorchester neighborhood in Boston. The Dorchester Reporter writes: "Martin Richard, 8, was killed in the explosion, while his sister Jane, 7, suffered a grievous injury to her leg. Their mom, Denise, was also badly hurt in the blast and underwent emergency surgery yesterday to save her life." Brian Snyder Reuters/Landov VIEW SLIDESHOW 7 of 15 Boston firefighters speak with FBI agents and a crime scene photographer at the scene of the explosions. Charles Krupa AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 8 of 15 Boston Marathon runners Tammy Snyder (from left), Diane Deigmann and Lisa Kresky-Griffin embrace at the barricaded entrance at Boylston Street, near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Shannon Stapleton Reuters/Landov VIEW SLIDESHOW 9 of 15 A member of the Massachusetts National Guard patrols the State Street subway station Tuesday, as the investigation continues into the explosions at the Boston Marathon. Dominic Chavez EPA/Landov VIEW SLIDESHOW 10 of 15 "Given what we now know about what took place, the FBI is investigating it as an act of terrorism," President Obama said Tuesday at the White House. Charles Dharapak AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 11 of 15 Marissa Irwin, a Boston College student and marathon runner, lays a flower against a police barricade near the site of the explosions. Matthew Cavanaugh EPA/Landov VIEW SLIDESHOW 12 of 15 Nicholas Yanni, 32, of Boston, speaks to reporters at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. Yanni, and his wife, Lee Ann Yanni, 31 were among the 14 patients injured in the bombing at the finish of the Boston Marathon who were treated at Tufts. Josh Reynolds AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 13 of 15 A man places flowers along a police barricade down the street from the finish line of the Boston Marathon. The blasts Monday killed at least three and injured more than 150. Justin Lane EPA/Landov VIEW SLIDESHOW 14 of 15 Neighbors sit outside the house of Krystle Campbell's parents in Medford, Mass. Campbell was killed in Monday's explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Michael Dwyer AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 15 of 15 Two police officers walk down Boylston Street, away from the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Tuesday. Two bombs packed with ball bearings tore through crowds near the finish of the Boston Marathon, killing at least three people and injuring more than 150. Brian Snyder Reuters/Landov Originally published on April 16, 2013 5:46 pm Photos of the day after the explosions at the Boston marathon.