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April 20, 2014 3:11 PM

Dave Mollet: Volunteering shouldn't be just a one-day thing

I am amazed at people sometimes. I read the story “Cop watched over tot found at bloodbath” (Page A7, April 13), about the police officer who, upon entering a grisly murder scene, took the lone surviving child into her care. For 30 years, this person checked in on the girl and at a critical point in the young girl’s life became the caretaker.

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