By Justin Sink
Former Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonRomney signals interest in independent candidate Libertarian nominee: I won't attack Trump, Clinton Trump details donations to veterans amid scrutiny MORE said Wednesday night that she was struck by the first responders and volunteers who rushed to the aid of those injured in the Boston Marathon bombing earlier this week.
"I've been obsessed the last few days as I'm sure a number of you have been about the terrible violence and loss of life and injury in Boston," Clinton said, according to CNN during a speech at the anniversary gala for the Global Fund for Women in New York City.
The former first lady went on to say the response to the dual bombings, which left three dead and dozens more injured, was uniquely American.
"It is important that as our hearts go out and as our support for people who were affected in Boston that we remember what makes this country so unique: the sense of volunteerism," Clinton said.
A memorial service for the victims of the bombing is set for Thursday morning in Boston. President Obama and first lady Michelle ObamaMichelle ObamaClinton releases plan for military families Clinton rules out Sanders while playing 'who'd you rather' to chose running mate First Nigerian girl taken by Boko Haram rescued MORE will attend, as will former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Clinton is seen as the frontrunner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination but has not yet said if she will consider a run.