Radio Noon Montreal | Apr 19, 2013 | 6:19

Montrealers in Boston react to manhunt

As U.S. authorities continue their manhunt for the surviving suspect in the Boston bombings, Shawn Apel talks to two former Montrealers in Boston about their experiences in the locked down city.

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