Google Launches Person Finder for Boston Explosions

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Google has launched a Person Finder for the Boston Marathon explosions.

The finder has two options – either you’re looking for someone or you have information about someone. A disclaimer says that Google posts the information instantly and does not verify it.

The Person Finders are used to help reconnect people separated in the aftermath of disasters.

Click here to view the Person Finder for Monday’s explosions in Boston.

Boston Police have confirmed that two people were killed in the blast. Dozens more were injured.

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