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Video: Vine users document, share Boston Marathon bomb horror


Twitter users are relying on Vine, the short-form social media video app, to spread word about the Boston Marathon bomb horror. A post by “Doug” has gone viral and #BostonMarathon is now a top trending topic not only on Twitter, but also Vine.

. @vineapp video of the 1st #BostonMarathon explosion by user ‘Doug’ has had 15k+ tweets; shows TV coverage launch.co/story/vineapp-…

— launchticker (@launchticker) April 15, 2013

#Boston #Marathon Horrible. Une bombe dans un hotel en + RT @louislepron Le Vine le plus effrayant jamais réalisé… vine.co/v/bFdt0r72QB5

— Pablo Buisson (@PabloBuisson) April 15, 2013

Thoughts and prayers go out to those involved in the #bostonmarathon Here’s a #Vine of the explosion. vine.co/v/bFdt5uwg6JZ #PrayForBoston

— Travis Wright (@teedubya) April 15, 2013

pretty disturbing use of Vine captures the moment of the blast at the Boston Marathon…and replays it, over and over live.reuters.com/Event/Boston_M…

— Indu Chandrasekhar (@indumania) April 15, 2013

look up the #BostonMarathon tag on vine and u can see more in depth video of the accident… it’s crazy… very sad

— John Michael The III (@DONFUCKINGJUAN) April 15, 2013

Slow motion Boston marathon bomb going off vine.co/v/bFd3iB5BDbD

— Crystal(@TML_Crystal) April 15, 2013

Industry developments that both fascinate and horrify “@corinnebmeister Interesting to see @vineapp being used in reporting from Boston”

— Jose Cornejo (@_jscor) April 15, 2013

Another Vine user has footage from his hotel:

Prayers 4 Boston… RT @rm: This is crazy, look at how many ambulances are outside our hotel #BostonMarathon bit.ly/11b0J0m

— John Knell (@johnny_kc) April 15, 2013

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