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7 hurt when car hits Plymouth crowd

Accident involving elderly driver is second this week

Deb Travers, pictured with her husband, Leonard, took a rubbing of her uncle's name on ''The Moving Wall'' replica. Deb Travers, pictured with her husband, Leonard, took a rubbing of her uncle's name on ''The Moving Wall'' replica. (Bill Greene/ Globe Staff)
By Milton J. Valencia and Jenna Nierstedt
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / June 4, 2009

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PLYMOUTH - It was supposed to be a solemn day. Scores of veterans and friends had gathered yesterday afternoon at a scenic overlook at Plymouth Harbor for a ceremony welcoming a traveling war memorial, when an elderly woman lost control of her minivan, jumped a curb, and plowed into the crowd. (Full article: 577 words)

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