Memphis runners in Boston Marathon - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

People all across the Mid-South are checking in on people they know to be in Boston and to have been taking part in the Boston Marathon. Many are using social media accounts to alert others of their friends' well-being.

Here is a list of runners Action News 5 viewers have reported are safe following the explosions in Boston:

Bartlett Elementary school teacher Sara Harris, Collierville runners Tammie & Steve Skinner, Jeff & Lana Martindale, Olive Branch runner Kristopher Whitten, Memphis runners Terri Harris, Kelly Henson, Dr. Darrell Croft, the Pilgrimage Track Club, Jim Slaba, Angie Zinkus, Kendra Jones, Gene Carter, Paul & Phyllis Appleby, Ginger Calcote, Todd & Krista Layne, Scott Stader, Kris Huff, Bob Wilson, Bolivar runner Patricia Kessler, Somerville runner Pam Pierski, Michie runner Dr. Joe Peters, and Humboldt runner Nick Butler.

Watch the live blog below to see other safety reports come in from Twitter users using the hashtag #memrun to keep us informed about the well-being of other Mid-South runners.

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