There's more gut-wrenching testimony from Boston Marathon bombing survivors at the trial of suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev . Before day two of testimony wrapped up, a father told the court how he left his dying son behind with his wife so he could rush their two other children to the hospital.

A police officer spoke of the chaos after the explosions and how he performed CPR on a woman before she died.

Another survivor testified that he remembered being bumped by a person he later realized was Dzhokhar's brother, Tamerlan Tsarnarev.

Earlier in the day, the judge ruled more victims would be allowed to give their gruesome accounts of the bombing aftermath after the defense tried to limit the testimony.

Tsarnaev has admitted through his lawyers that he and his brother planted the two bombs. Three people were killed in the explosions and 264 were injured.