Boston-Area Residents Told To Shelter In Place

Friday, April 19, 2013

Morning Edition provided 30 minutes of special news coverage including Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick's news conference. Mass transit service in the Boston area was suspended Friday morning. Drivers were being told to stay off the streets in Watertown. Businesses there were told not to open. Boston city officials asked residents to "please go home" and not congregate at bus stops or other places.

Source: NPR


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