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Tension of hunt ‘overwhelming’ for kamaaina in Boston area

By Mary Vorsino

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 20, 2013

~~<p>Scores of Hawaii natives living in Boston, including students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard and Boston University, spent an emotionally draining Friday glued to their televisions and computers and stuck in their homes as police tracked down the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.</p>
<p>For Punahou School graduate Mimi Palmore, who works in advertising in Boston, the tense daylong search was the stunning culmination to a &ldquo;surreal week.&rdquo;</p>
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Scores of Hawaii natives living in Boston, including students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard and Boston University, spent an emotionally draining Friday glued to their televisions and computers and stuck in their homes as police tracked down the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.

For Punahou School graduate Mimi Palmore, who works in advertising in Boston, the tense daylong search was the stunning culmination to a “surreal week.” Login for more...



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