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Sydney Corcoran Timeline

Posted 30 Apr 2014 at 20:51 PM by Regulus
Updated 3 May 2014 at 22:38 PM by Regulus


This blog entry maps the movements of the character Sydney Corcoran during the Boston marathon pyrotechnics show.

Claimed injuries: Severed right femoral artery

Is the evidence consistent with the injuries claimed?


3-4 seconds after 1st blast
Photo: Ben Thorndike - images 8721 and 8722




4-5 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Ben Thorndike - images 8723 and 8724




5-6 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Ben Thorndike - images 8725 and 8726



6-7 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Ben Thorndike - images 8727 and 8728




7 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Ben Thorndike - image 8728


What is this supposed to be? Blood squirting out of Sydney's femoral artery?



7-8 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Ben Thorndike - Images 8729 and 8729





8 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Ben Thorndike - images 8731 and 8732



9 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Ben Thorndike - images 8733 and 8734




9-10 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Ben Thorndike - images 8735 and 8736




10-11 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Ben Thorndike - images 8737 and 8738




11-12 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Ben Thorndike - images 8739 and 8740




12 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Ben Thorndike - images 8741 and 8742




13 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: - Ben Thorndike - images 8743 and 8744




13-14 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Ben Thorndike - image 8745




19 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Aaron Tango - image 8653924130




23 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Aaron Tango - image 8652825435




25 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Aaron Tango - image 8652827185




27 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Aaron Tango - image 8652829335




30 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Aaron Tango - image 8652831303




32 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Aaron Tango - image 8652833509




35 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Aaron Tango - image 8652835901


The guy in the red shirt about to help Sydney is called Joe Duncan, allegedly a marine.


42 seconds after 1st blast.
Photo: Aaron Tango - image 8652840737





42-43 seconds after 1st blast.
Top left: Aaron Tango
Top right: Screenshot from video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-AFKEmfho4
Bottom Left: Ken McGagh





4:43 after 1st blast.
Top photo: Aaron Tango
Bottom photo: John Tlumacki


The Guy in the blue cap holding Sydney's leg is called Zack Mione. The Guy in the plaid shirt aiding Sydney is called Matthew Smith. He is still seen in Aaron Tango image 8652930349, 8:50 after the 1st blast, where he appears to still be helping Sydney.



4:43 after 1st blast
Photo: John Tlumacki


Does this photo accurately represent a femoral artery that has been severed for 4 minutes and 43 seconds?



This is Sydney being wheeled away, haven't timed but know it's greater than 8 minutes 50 after first blast. Don't know what video this screenshot is from, i found it posted in this thread - http://letsrollforums.com/boston-mar...ydney+Corcoran

Her right leg(the severed artery) is wrapped in something.

Is it common practice to dump heavy objects like a medical bag full of stuff on injured legs while being wheeled away on a stretcher?

We see few people not holding anything, to much effort to carry the bag? just dump it on Sydney's allegedly injured leg.

Matt Smith can be see in the background, also not holding anything.
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