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A New Hampshire boy reportedly was swept away by waves on a North Carolina beach.

Manchester boy, 4, swept into ocean in North Carolina

KITTY HAWK, N.C. — A 4-year-old Manchester, N.H., boy was lost to the Atlantic Ocean when a rogue wave swept him and his mother into the surf as they were walking along the beach Wednesday afternoon, Kitty Hawk police said.


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Hailey Spencer, 9, of Concord holds a sign in support of Marcy's Law for law makers at the State House in Concord on Thursday.

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