The “locations” parameter can be used to specify multiple bounding boxes, for example, one for San Francisco and one for New York City. I have a need to tell which tweet is from which bounding box. I imagine I can example the “coordinates” to see if there is an overlap between the tweet’s “bounding box” and the bounding boxes specified in the parameters. Is there an easier/faster way to do this? Perhaps there is a field in the “tweet” corresponding to which “locations” bounding box a tweet correspond to? In my application, I have potentially ~20 bounding boxes so it’s important for me to separate the tweets by geo location quickly/efficiently.