This year, Norwalk physician Dr. James Kasten had just a fleeting thought at the site of the Boston Marathon.
But the thought about a repeat terrorist attack raced from Kasten's mind -- maybe as fast as some of the 36,000 runners were moving toward the finish line during what Kasten described as a spirited, exhilarating Boston Marathon.
His son —James Kasten Jr., a 2006 Norwalk High School graduate and Ph.D. computer science student at the University of Michigan — high-fived children lining the route.
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