As Boston grapples with the aftermath ofduring its annual marathon, YouTube has created a way for people to immediately get the latest news.
The video steaming site has built an official YouTube Spotlight page devoted to all video related to the blasts. Titled "Explosions at the Boston Marathon," the page has 26 videos as of this writing -- from President Barack Obama's speech to videos captured by onlookers to police press conferences detailing the explosions. More videos will surely be added as more is uncovered about what happened.Earlier today, two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon while thousands of runners were still in the race. Reportedly, at least two people were killed and dozens were injured. Cell phone service in the heart of the city.
Besides YouTube building its dedicated video page, other organizations have also, including people finders from Google and the Red Cross and a donation center at Boston's Mass General hospital.