Albert Turner, of Beverly, Mass., cleans the finish line for the Boston Marathon in 2006.
Albert Turner, of Beverly, Mass., cleans the finish line for the Boston Marathon in 2006. Lisa Poole AP
Albert Turner, of Beverly, Mass., cleans the finish line for the Boston Marathon in 2006. Lisa Poole AP

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