Dr. Ronald Dubin was about five miles from finishing the Boston Marathon on Monday when police began telling runners to get off the course and onto the sidewalks. Dubin, an orthopedic surgeon with offices in Middlesboro and Corbin, said he saw police cars driving fast down the road and then buses carrying military people. Soon after, he learned about the explosions at the finish line through calls from family members and friends wanting to check on him. His first reaction was disbelief.
Kentucky Runners in Boston Marathon Express Shock, Sadness
By Karla Ward & Bill Estep & Linda Blackford & Lexington Herald-Leader • Apr 16, 2013