Boston’s Boylston Street Reopens To The Public

Copley Square residents, business owners and employees were allowed to return Tuesday for the first time since the marathon bombings. The street reopens to the general public on Wednesday.

Pool / Getty Images

Stephanie Prashad, 22, is the first person escorted back onto Boylston Street through the Hynes, by city worker Christine Sullivan on Tuesday.

JESSICA RINALDI / Reuters

Security guard Manuel Vicente hugs employees as they are allowed to return to Boylston Street for the first time.

POOL / Reuters

Residents, employees and business owners are escorted across Darmouth Street on Tuesday.

JESSICA RINALDI / Reuters

A girl carries bags of laundry up a side street near Boylston Street as residents and business owners are allowed to return to the street for the first time.

JESSICA RINALDI / Reuters

A man washes a bus stop window.

JESSICA RINALDI / Reuters

Police officers walk past the site of the first explosion.

JESSICA RINALDI / Reuters

Flowers lay on the sidewalk at the site of the first explosion.

JESSICA RINALDI / Reuters

A person is reflected in a glass door with the word “OK” scrawled on it.

Elise Amendola / AP

A man sweeps around the outdoor seating area at a Boylston business on Tuesday, when businesses near the finish area were preparing to re-open.

Elise Amendola / AP
Pool / Getty Images

Alec Mikels cleans tables at Whiskey’s Smokehouse on Boylston Street.

Pool / Getty Images

Roy Heffernan looks over his office on Tuesday.

Pool / Getty Images

An employee of Boston Parks and Recreation, washes down the square around the statue of painter John Singleton Copley on Tuesday.

Pool / Getty Images

Samurai Restaurant on Boylston Street.

Mario Tama / Getty Images

Signatures on a Boston Marathon poster near the site of the bombings.

Check out more articles on BuzzFeed.com!

More News
Now Buzzing