Transit Police Officer Wounded During Boston Marathon Bombing Manhunt Is ‘Getting Stronger Every Day’ (Video)

As other police officers came to support the Watertown Police Department during the manhunt Thursday night and Friday morning, a transit officer was wounded. Watertown Police Department Chief Ed Deveau now says that officer is on the road to recovery.

Deveau went on Dennis & Callahan on Monday morning and talked about how the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing manhunt, Dzhokar Tsarnaev, ran away from police and hid in a boat. He said police were optimistic that they would catch Tsarnaev after the initial firefight, but he got outside their perimeter, and he wasn’t discovered in his hiding place — a boat — until much later.

Deveau also talked about Richard Donahue, the transit officer who was wounded in the gunfight, and said he is “getting stronger every day.”

See all of what Deveau had to say in the video above.

Click here for the first part of Deveau’s interview >>

Click here for the second part of Deveau’s interview >>

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