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High school remembers teen killed by a train

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / January 16, 2007

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Robert Castro, the 15-year-old Easton boy killed Sunday by a passing high-speed train as he tried to cross the tracks to meet his mother, was remembered yesterday as soft-spoken and an academic achiever who had dreams of gaining a college education. (Full article: 542 words)

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