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November 17. 2012 2:55PM

Suit claims pedestrian died because Berlin didn't act

In a civil writ served last week, Boucherís sister, Linda Palmer, in her capacity as administrator of Boucherís estate, alleged the traffic control device at the intersection was inadequate and unsafe. The writ charges the city had received numerous complaints about the dangerous situation that existed at the intersection.

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