WOR's John Gambling spoke with Loretta Kehayias this morning at 6 a.m. at the conclusion of a police shootout with one of the brothers suspected of planting the bombs at the Boston Marathon -- she tells John what she saw in her neighborhood, and hurries to make sure her neighbors are in safe hands.

The late-night police chase and shootout ended with one marathon bombing suspect dead and another on the run, police here said, leaving a still-grieving city on edge. One police officer was killed and another was seriously wounded during the violent spree. Authorities in Watertown and the Boston area have placed the city on lockdown as SWAT teams and police look for 19-year-old Dzokhar A. Tsarnaev, who is armed and dangerous.