WATERTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS (WKZO) --They are cheering in Watertown outside of Boston where there is official word that the second suspect in the Boston Marathon Bombing, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been captured, wounded but alive, loaded onto an ambulance and taken to an undisclosed location to get medical treatment.
The day long lockdown of the Boston area had just been lifted early this evening after an unsuccessful day of searching for the second Boston Marathon bomber when shots rang out in a Watertown neighborhood.
Apparently a homeowner noticed blood in the back yard, a ladder out of place, a tarp on a cabin cruiser on a trailer kept in a driveway askew at a home on Franklin St. and they called it in.
Police moved in, shots were fired by the suspect, and apparently fire was returned.
The FBI took command of the scene, and sent in a special hostage rescue team that took him alive.
Boston Police tweeted the word “CAPTURED!!!”
The suspect is reportedly in serious condition from a gunshot wound he suffered Thursday evening in a firefight with police that killed his brother.
If he survives, there is a chance we might just find out what all this was about.