These Pictures of Boston Celebrating Will Warm Your Heart

1. People gather at the Boston Marathon Finish Line following the capture of bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.


2. Two people cheer police as they pass following the apprhension of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. 

3. Video of celebrations which have been spontaneously occurring around Boston this Friday evening. 

4. A street party outside of Fenway. 


5. Video of celebrations from Northeastern University 


6. Citi Field announces the capture of the second suspect via jumbotron, onlookers started singing the song "Sweet Caroline" shortly thereafter. 


7. Police officers and SWAT team members are finally able to relax a little bit easier tonight, seen here obviously jubilant after an intense 24-hour manhunt.


8. Neighbors of Watertown applaud and cheer as the officers driving past them. 


9. More photos of first responders finally getting a chance to celebrate the capture of the second Boston Marathon bombing suspect. 


10. Massive celebrations in the streets of Boston tonight, as the city finally begins the process of recovering after Monday's deadly bombing. 


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