* Police getting multiple reports of unexploded devices around Boston.
* One report was of unexploded device on the glass footbridge over Huntington Ave near Copley place
*Another suspicious package was reported near the Harvard #MBTA station
From Globe Correspondent Justin A. Rice: Jennifer B. Mehegan, a spokeswoman for Boston EMS, said they were redeploying EMC personnel from the medical tent in Copley to wherever police need them. She said they would go where bomb squads would go.
"I don’t know if there are patients in different places," she said.
As she was speaking their was a report about another explosion at JFK and she walked away.
Before that she talked about where she was when it happened:
“I was just in [the medical tent], we got rushed with a lot of patients, we took care of them very quickly, pretty orderly. Unfortunately we train for these things and we didn’t seem to be overwhelmed when they started coming in. I was in the back of the tent. I saw patients who were badly injured and needed some help."
She said she saw more than a dozen, possibly two dozen injured people. "Different injuries," she said. "Mostly lacerations there were a few serious patients.”
She would not confirm missing limbs, or 23 hurt or 2 dead. She said she heard police say that but she could not report that.
Multiple witnesses have described the scene on Boylston Street immediately after the explosions as bloody and gruesome.
From Globe reporter Martine Power:
Kyle Lindham of Somerville was on Boylston Street 200 yards from Copley when he heard two explosions, the second louder than the first. Seconds later, police streamed into the street.
"We knew it wasn't right, because police were running, too," Lindham said.
Lindham said he and other runners were halted on the course as police tried to determine what was going on at Copley.
"It became apparent that this was something big. They started yelling at us to get the he'll off the course," Lindham said. "Then we saw other runners coming in our direction, yelling things, and they were obviously very scared."
The Green Line is stopping service on the B and C lines, starting at Park Street.
Mayor's office says city not responsible for network issues.
A total of 64 people were treated or evaluated at four hospitals, according to the Globe's Health & Science staff.
Governor Patrick speaking now.
Gov. Deval Patrick has started a press conference with Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis.