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Campus Times
May 17, 2002


photos by Liz Lucsko

(Top): Werner Enterprise semi-truck driver Fredrick Brooks hit a fire hydrant on the northeast corner of "F" and First Street in La Verne on Friday. The accident caused the water service to be disrupted to the residents of the 2100 block of "F" Street. (Bottom): City of La Verne Water Department employee, Leo Torrez shuts off the water valve to the broken fire hydrant on First Street across from the University of La Verne maintenance department Friday.


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