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Bob Baumer, 85, of Sugar Hill, N.H., outside Town Hall in Franconia, where the flag flew at half-staff yesterday in honor of police Officer Bruce McKay.

N.H. town tries to comprehend 2 killings

Friends describe officer, shooter

By Maria Cramer and Erin Conroy
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / May 14, 2007

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FRANCONIA, N.H. -- The flag-draped casket of Police Corporal Bruce McKay will be placed at the Town Hall Wednesday, when hundreds of officers from across the country are expected to appear to view his body. McKay was gunned down Friday night by a 24-year-old local man who, moments later, was shot and killed by a motorist who witnessed the bloody ... (Full article: 778 words)

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