MGH doctor: People are very brave. Most patients attitude is 'do what you have to do.'
MGH doctor: He was asked by the hospital to tell people who want to donate blood that they have enough right now, but will need some over the coming days and weeks.
Dr. Peter Fagenholz, a trauma surgeon at MGH, said he doesn't know if all patients have been identified or reunited with their families.
Students at the Rivers School in Weston plan to wear an article of red clothing Tuesday, as the area begins to respond to the explosion at the Boston Marathon.
In a message to the Rivers community, Sam Berger and Ope Olukorede, the co-presidents of the student body, said "As we keep all those affected by this terrible event in our thoughts and prayers, it would be great if we could show our immediate support.''
Erica Chalmers, a junior, said she heard about the idea via social media Monday evening. "I knew at that point that the world was watching how we were going to react,'' Chalmers said. "As students we are responding by saying we are together and we are standing strong.''
A large contingent of city, state, and federal law enforcement officials have descended on a large apartment building on Ocean Boulevard on Revere Beach, according to the Boston Globe.
The police, FBI, and ATF officials who were gathered at an apartment building in Revere have left the scene without talking to reporters.