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St. Cloud Cathedral Graduate Talks About Boston Manhunt [VIDEO,AUDIO]

Courtesy of NBC’s Today Show

BOSTON – A 1998 graduate of St. Cloud Cathedral High School woke to find a bullet hole in her home.

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Megan Marrer, and Adam Andres, tell NBC’s “Today” Show that they awoke to the sound of sirens early Friday morning and a bullet inside their apartment after the deadly confrontation between police and the Boston Marathon bombing suspects went down only a block away.

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