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August 16. 2013 2:35PM

Neighbor saves donkeys chased by bear in Hollis

HOLLIS – If you saw a bear chasing donkeys down the street, what would you do? Nancy Ploof, of Hollis, jumped into her husband’s car and took off after them.

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