“Everything was 100 percent,” said Steve Oliver, highway superintendent. “We are still not really sure about the how, what, and why of the accident.”
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Sean McCutcheon tripped and fell, and the truck backed over him, according to a release from the Guilderland Police Department.
As modern medical practices extend lifetimes, patients who are terminally ill should have the right to chose when and how they die.
At 70, Richard Stark, who wears all hats for the cemetery, looked for help from younger residents, worried he may have to close the association.
Frederick Crounse, who lives in the Altamont home of his ancestors, contemplates events which he says skepticism hasn't been able to explain.
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