The student was reportedly watching the race with two other students.
A Boston University graduate student has been identified as the third victim of Monday's Boston Marathon bombings, according to BU Today. The student's name has not been released, pending notification of family. The student was reportedly watching the race with two other BU students near the finish line. One of the other students was also injured and is in stable condition at Boston Medical Center. The third student was unharmed. Krystle Campbell, a 29-year-old Medford native, was identified earlier today as the second victim of the explosions. Eight-year-old Martin Richard of Dorchester was also killed in the blasts. More than 170 others were also injured.
Hundreds reported injured, Copley Square area evacuated.
Two males stated lit cigarette and can of gunpowder caused the eruption.
Two people were injured in a in an explosion at 195 S. Worcester Street Nov. 15. Michael Fillion, 26, of Norton, had multiple burns on his hands, neck and face. According to the Norton police report, Fillion stated that he and a friend, Shaun Brown, 24, also of Norton, were sitting in his Jeep Wrangler drinking beer in the woods. Fillion stated he lit a cigarette and a can of black powder exploded. Officials did locate a small black can of black powder in the rear of the vehicle. Brown was located approximately 250 yards southwest of the train tracks to the rear of 195 S. Worcester St. in a heavily wooded area. It also appeared that the subjects had a campfire. Fillion and Brown were transported to Rhode Island Hospital by Norton Fire …