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Husband's death on T spurs demand for change

By Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / July 21, 2004

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It's unbearable for Marlene Allen to think about how her husband died two years ago after suffering a heart attack on an MBTA commuter train, his life slowly slipping away as the conductor wasted precious time stopping at three stations for passengers, but not for emergency help. (Full Article: 1233 Words)

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