BOSTON MARATHON BOMBINGS: Alleged Suspect ID’d in Marathon Bombings Ruled Out as Person of Interest

BOSTON MARATHON BOMBINGS: The New York Post reports authorities have identified a suspect in marathon bombings and he is being guarded in Boston hospital.

A federal law-enforcement source confirmed to The Post there are at least 12 dead and nearly 50 injured. Fox News reported that Massachusetts General Hospital was treating 10 people with amputated limbs and all operating rooms were on hold. Authorities have a identified a suspect, who is currently being guarded in a Boston hospital with shrapnel wounds.

Law enforcement sources said the 20-year-old suspect was under guard at an undisclosed Boston hospital. Fox News reported that the suspect suffered severe burns. The man was caught less than two hours after the 2:50 p.m. bombing on the finish line of the race, in the heart of Boston.

In addition, Boston police have surveillance video of someone bringing multiple backpacks to blast site, according to CBS News.

The Boston police department’s report on casualties differs from the New York Post. They have confirmed two people are dead, including an eight year old boy.

BREAKING:  The suspect has been identified as a Saudi national, who is currently being guarded in a Boston hospital (Brigham and Women’s Hospital) with shrapnel wounds.

UPDATE#1:  A third explosion was reported at the JFK Library and not a fire, The Boston police made that comment during press conference.

UPDATE#2: NY Post reports, cell phone service shut down in Boston to prevent remote detonations.

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