The six-second video site has become an outlet for grief in the wake of the bombings.
In the wake of Monday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon finish line that have left three dead so far, some people have turned to Twitter’s six-second social video site Vine to document the tragedy and to share their grief.
Here’s a sample of those videos.
Many people shot Vine videos near the scene of the attack (the videos are embedded below):
Others shared their own grief and sent messages of sympathy.
Here in Washington, Vine user Mike Morrison documented the lowering of flags to half mast at Union Station following the attack.
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