Scranton's Earl Granville, a Vet & Wounded Warrior, was one of the 36,000 in yesterday's Boston Marathon. He called us to talk about his experience on a very emotional day.
very. Emotional day for. -- what was over 36000. Runners and -- Boston Marathon more than ever I want to be 36000. A local guy from Scranton -- Earl Grant Hill who is in the army and National Guard and first -- thank you for your service and what an amazing day yesterday. You had to be so proud to be part Merrill. -- Iraqi was an honor just to be there from betraying him by one marathon a year and a splash here birdie actually off in bonds didn't. Are ready to race and I got food poisoning and now I admit that I missed overrated but the nine ER and but it might have been for the better with
we do if you are found throughout the whole year -- in New York Chicago Detroit San Diego all over the country contrary to the once a year long marathon a year and this is the first time I finally got attacked the Boston. Yeah I'll carefree youth now -- described by your special challenge yesterday running in the Boston Marathon because. You do you -- -- leg from the knee down. Yes so often like so many down in the left side
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