Les Trent Recalls Reporting From the Middle of the Hunt For the Boston Bomber

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As Inside Edition celebrates its 30th year, the correspondents are reflecting on their most memorable assignments.

For Senior Correspondent Les Trent, who joined the show in 2000, he was covering the Boston Marathon bombing as authorities closed in on suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

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After the April 15, 2013, bombing, Trent headed to Boston as the nation was gripped by the story.

As the manhunt unfolded in the days following the attack, Trent found himself in the melee as police teams scoured neighborhoods, going house to house in search of a potentially dangerous suspect.

It’s an experience he’ll never forget. Watch his video above for more on the harrowing experience.

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