Michael Guglielmo, of Hoboken, vows to run again after Boston bombings

Michael Guglielmo was running in the Boston Marathon and completed the course more than an hour before the blasts went off.

Michael Guglielmo was running in the Boston Marathon and completed the course more than an hour before the blasts went off. (4/17/13)

HOBOKEN - A marathon runner from Hoboken says he is unfazed by the Boston bombings and vows to run again.

Michael Guglielmo was running in the Boston Marathon and completed the course more than an hour before the blasts went off.

However, once two explosions rocked the finish line, he says he instantly thought about the fellow members of his running group, the Hoboken Harriers, who might have been in the area. Fortunately, his friends and family are safe.

To help victims of the attack, Guglielmo says his club will hold a fundraiser or awareness event in the near future.
 

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