A woman comforts a man on the site of the Jan. 16 death of three utility workers. They were overcome by fumes after they entered a 15-foot-deep storm drain in the Sexton Cove subdivision.
A woman comforts a man on the site of the Jan. 16 death of three utility workers. They were overcome by fumes after they entered a 15-foot-deep storm drain in the Sexton Cove subdivision. Photo by DAVID GOODHUE/The Reporter
A woman comforts a man on the site of the Jan. 16 death of three utility workers. They were overcome by fumes after they entered a 15-foot-deep storm drain in the Sexton Cove subdivision. Photo by DAVID GOODHUE/The Reporter

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March 12, 2017 8:12 AM

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