BOSTON — The twin bombs at the Boston Marathon killed three people and wounded more than 170 on Monday. Here are the stories of those killed and some of the injured.
LU LINGZI: A LONG WAY FROM HOME
She was a food fan, eager for culinary discoveries. In her last blog update the morning before the Boston Marathon blasts, the Chinese graduate student identified as the attack’s third victim posted a photo of bread chunks and fruit.
“My wonderful breakfast,” Boston University statistics student Lu Lingzi wrote.
Lingzi, in her early 20s, often shared photos of her home-prepared meals online — a blueberry-covered waffle one day, spinach sacchettini with zucchini on another. In September, she showed off her first two-dish meal — stir-fried broccoli and scrambled eggs with tomatoes, often cooked by Chinese students learning how to live on their own abroad.
Tasso Kaper, the chair of BU’s mathematics department…
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