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Re: New Boston School Explosion
Posted by: W.C. (ID *****1109) Date: May 08, 2003 at 16:46:47
In Reply to: New Boston School Explosion by William Pinto of 65424

You supplied a lot of information, including that on the New London School explosion but maybe you want to look at a map. New Boston is more than 100 miles from New London and although they did have a bad toronado a couple of years ago that wrecked the school, I don't recall any explosions in New Boston.

W.C.


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