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October 12, 1998 | H.G. REZA and NANCY WRIDE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A Whittier boy on a hunting trip in the Cleveland National Forest was accidentally shot and killed by his father Saturday, the opening day of deer season, authorities said Sunday. Adam Rafael Zavala, 8, died from a gunshot wound to the chest when a weapon handled by his father, Rafael, 48, discharged, said Orange County Sheriff's Lt. Larry Abbott. Abbott said the shooting was believed to be accidental but added that the investigation is continuing.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 1998 | H.G. REZA and NANCY WRIDE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A Whittier boy on a hunting trip in the Cleveland National Forest was accidentally shot and killed by his father Saturday, the opening day of deer season, authorities said Sunday. Adam Rafael Zavala, 8, died from a gunshot wound to the chest when a weapon handled by his father, Rafael, 48, discharged, said Orange County Sheriff's Lt. Larry Abbott. Abbott said the shooting was believed to be accidental but added that the investigation is continuing.
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November 29, 1985 | STEVEN R. CHURM, Times Staff Writer
Joe Drohn's death wish went away at 10:42 p.m. on Nov. 4. At that moment, months of self-pity gave way as Drohn watched from his wheelchair as his third son was born. As a nurse in the delivery room at La Palma Intercommunity Hospital arranged Drohn's arms so he could cradle the infant, he forgot the hours he had spent weighing death versus life as a quadriplegic.
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November 29, 1985 | STEVEN R. CHURM, Times Staff Writer
Joe Drohn's death wish went away at 10:42 p.m. on Nov. 4. At that moment, months of self-pity gave way as Drohn watched from his wheelchair as his third son was born. As a nurse in the delivery room at La Palma Intercommunity Hospital arranged Drohn's arms so he could cradle the infant, he forgot the hours he had spent weighing death versus life as a quadriplegic.
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