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After terror attack, security and ‘celebration’ on minds of NYC marathoners
With more than 51,000 runners and 2.5 million spectators expected to attend the marathon on Nov. 5, New York officials are preparing with extra security throughout the city. The race comes less than a week after a terror attack left eight dead and a dozen injured.
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