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May 10, 1996 | LESLIE EARNEST, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The pivotal moment in Judith Digon's life occurred at midnight, Feb. 6, 1971 in Grand Rapids, Mich. She and her husband John were driving through an icy storm when their car swerved on an overpass, pitching over a guardrail and plunging 40 feet. The car landed upside-down on another highway. "I knew my back was broken," she said. "I knew my husband was dead."
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May 10, 1996 | LESLIE EARNEST, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The pivotal moment in Judith Digon's life occurred at midnight, Feb. 6, 1971 in Grand Rapids, Mich. She and her husband John were driving through an icy storm when their car swerved on an overpass, pitching over a guardrail and plunging 40 feet. The car landed upside-down on another highway. "I knew my back was broken," she said. "I knew my husband was dead."
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November 3, 1997 | ANN CONWAY
Steering clear of politics, Alma J. Powell joked about the perils of relaxation and praised volunteerism when she addressed more than 600 women at a benefit for the American Red Cross, Orange County Chapter. "Ladies, beware of retirement," said Powell, who in 1995 stood at her husband Gen. Colin L. Powell's side in Washington as he announced he would not seek the presidency. ("We're going home," to McLean, Va., he told reporters.
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