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January 14, 2005 | David Pierson And Hector Becerra, Times Staff Writer
An elderly woman died and another was believed drowned when their car plunged into the swollen San Gabriel River in Long Beach on Thursday. Separately, about 135 people were expected to remain stranded for weeks after the same river washed away three bridges above Azusa. The woman, 88, was in a car that drove past a guard shack at the Haynes Power Plant about 5:30 p.m. and drove around the property with a guard in pursuit, authorities said.
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January 14, 2005 | David Pierson And Hector Becerra, Times Staff Writer
An elderly woman died and another was believed drowned when their car plunged into the swollen San Gabriel River in Long Beach on Thursday. Separately, about 135 people were expected to remain stranded for weeks after the same river washed away three bridges above Azusa. The woman, 88, was in a car that drove past a guard shack at the Haynes Power Plant about 5:30 p.m. and drove around the property with a guard in pursuit, authorities said.
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May 19, 1996 | MICHAEL PARRISH, Parrish is a freelance writer based in Littlerock, Calif
As we maneuvered the motor home to a swaying halt in front of the Marconi Mining & Supply store, I spotted a likely suspect, a youthful, silver-haired gent near the door. "Al Marconi?" He answered with the old but always interesting line: "Do I owe you money?" In fact, he owed us a lesson. Al Marconi may well be the last Southern Californian, apart from employees of Knott's Berry Farm, who, for a modest fee, will teach a greenhorn how to pan for gold.
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May 19, 1996 | MICHAEL PARRISH, Parrish is a freelance writer based in Littlerock, Calif
As we maneuvered the motor home to a swaying halt in front of the Marconi Mining & Supply store, I spotted a likely suspect, a youthful, silver-haired gent near the door. "Al Marconi?" He answered with the old but always interesting line: "Do I owe you money?" In fact, he owed us a lesson. Al Marconi may well be the last Southern Californian, apart from employees of Knott's Berry Farm, who, for a modest fee, will teach a greenhorn how to pan for gold.
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