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Seniors at complex lose patience with broken elevator

Ambulance service helps them to cope

By Travis Andersen
Globe Correspondent / December 19, 2009

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Elderly tenants at a low-income housing complex in Malden have been forced to rely on an ambulance service to bring them up and downstairs because an elevator there has not worked in more than a month. (Full article: 546 words)

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