MIT Shooting, April 18, 2013

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MIT Shooting, April 18, 2013, The second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing is believed to be “down” after gunfire broke out in the Watertown section of Boston moments after state and local officials said their hunt had come up dry Friday.

Sources told Fox News a suspect was down. A neighbor described the sound of multiple shots as akin to “a roll of firecrackers shooting off,” and blood was found on or near a boat at a home on Franklin Street.

“All hell broke loose,” the neighbor told a MyFox Bosto reporter.

Police were massing at the scene and an ambulance rushed to the area in a dramatic development came just after police said their hunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had gone cold and urged people to “go about your business.”

Early in the day, police told residents of several city neighborhoods, especially Watertown, to stay inside. School was canceled, bus and train service suspended and people were even told not to venture out for work. But those restrictions were lifted at the news briefing Friday night, even though the suspect remained on the loose.

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