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Storify: Scenes from Watertown manhunt

Residents of Watertown, Massachusetts posted photos and video of this morning's manhunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the second suspect in Boston's bombing.

Storify: Scenes from Watertown manhunt

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Residents of Watertown, Massachusetts posted photos and videos of this morning's manhunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the second suspect in Boston's bombing.

From social: Scenes of Watertown

Residents of Watertown, Massachusetts posted photos of this morning's manhunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the second suspect in Boston's bombing.

Storified by Philly.com· Fri, Apr 19 2013 06:19:48

"@shawna_england: View from my house...crazy #watertown pic.twitter.com/aNgf8ekULw" This is just nuts.Joey Cohn
4/19/13 BOSTON BOMBERS SHOOTOUT IN WATERTOWN, MApuertoricanprepper
RT @BuzzFeedNews: Updated: Police Kill One Marathon Bomb Suspect, Chase Second In Watertown buzzfeed.com/mbvd/explosive… pic.twitter.com/lfJDdIm0eoRick
Photo: Robot now searching trunk of suspect's vehicle in Watertown incident - pic.twitter.com/a7rhSGsyfa via @jraskeMatthew Keys
Just in: New photo shows officers going door-to-door in Watertown neighborhood - pic.twitter.com/WRVpMNju37 via @jraskeMatthew Keys
Shoot out outside my room in Watertown. 62 Laurel st. #mit #boston #shooting pic.twitter.com/Lvk7rtx1gVAndrew Kitzenberg
RT: @SophieFlack: View from my parent's front porch... #Watertown pic.twitter.com/6By0az3YcF #LibCrib pic.twitter.com/gaoL9bqsi1K Smith

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