Local law enforcement and official agencies are keeping an open line of communication, but are not on high alert following an explosion at the Boston Marathon on Monday morning.
San Diego Police Department officials said they are not doing anything differently at this time.
Nico Melendez with Transportation Security Administration said it’s too early to know what happened and they are not changing security as of now.
An airport manager at Lindbergh Field said there are no changes.
Jan Caldwell with the San Diego Sheriff's Department said they are in communication with other law enforcement agencies, but there is nothing specific currently being activated.
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