Dr. Wade Gaasch

Dr. Wade Gaasch, 58, the Baltimore Fire Department's EMS medical director and a University of Maryland Medical Center emergency doctor for more than 20 years, said he had just finished the race -- his 13th Boston Marathon in a row -- minutes before the explosions took place. When he heard the second explosion, Gaasch said he "knew it was bad, and [had] a gut feeling what it was."

( Handout photo / April 19, 2013 )

Dr. Wade Gaasch, 58, the Baltimore Fire Department's EMS medical director and a University of Maryland Medical Center emergency doctor for more than 20 years, said he had just finished the race -- his 13th Boston Marathon in a row -- minutes before the explosions took place. When he heard the second explosion, Gaasch said he "knew it was bad, and [had] a gut feeling what it was."

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