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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A 20-year-old northwest Missouri woman shown in a photograph near the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing wonders what might have been if she hadn't insisted her mother meet her elsewhere on the course instead of the finish line.

Tina Bradshaw, of Liberty, crossed the Boston finish line about 10 minutes before the explosions that killed three people and injured more than 150 last week. The surviving suspect is hospitalized. His brother died during a getaway attempt.

Bradshaw is shown in a photo nearing the finish line a few feet from the suspects.

Bradshaw says she and her mother normally would have gathered at the finish line. But instead they met at the 20-mile mark, where Tina Bradshaw tossed a bracelet she'd woven for her father, who died recently of cancer.

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