THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
Cindy Diggs of Peace Boston tried to console Emma Harrison yesterday as the Dorchester woman, whose grandson was slain at age 15 in 1998, wept at memories churned up by the memorial bus, which was unveiled at City Hall Plaza.

Grief given crosstown route

Bus to drive home pain of youth slayings

By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / October 25, 2006

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