PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) -- More than 170 were injured in Monday's explosions at the Boston Marathon. However, the number of those in critical condition continues to drop, with only six now in critical condition at hospitals.
Meanwhile, a vigil was held at Rhode Island College in Providence for those victims recovering and for those who lost their lives.
The students shared a moment of silence and lit candles in the shape of the letter "B" for believe.
The fraternity on campus organized the gathering to raise money for The Red Cross, victims and their families.
Rhode Island College's president was also present to show her support.
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