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Local doctor in middle of tragedy

Kilby treated victims of Boston Marathon blast inside tent at finish line

Dr. Kim Kilby of Schenectady, left, and an unidentified runner from New Hampshire, right, bring a critically injured woman to the medical tent following the bombing at the Boston Marathon on Monday.
Dr. Kim Kilby of Schenectady, left, and an unidentified runner from New Hampshire, right, bring a critically injured woman to the medical tent following the bombing at the Boston Marathon on Monday.
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Nothing was unusual about the injuries Dr. Kim Kilby saw steadily trickling into the Boston Marathon's medical tent Monday afternoon. The Albany Medical Center physician was assessing patients as they entered and directing them to the appropriate area of the sprawling tent set up near the finish line on Boylston Street. Some were suffering from dehydration while others were experiencing mild hypothermia —all conditions that are common for the storied 26.2-mile race each spring. Kilby ...

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