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October 26, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Union Pacific Corp.'s Overnite Transportation Co. said its trucks were making scheduled freight pickups and deliveries as a pre-holiday season strike spread to 20% of its U.S. terminals. The International Brotherhood of Teamsters said the walkout spread to 33 of Overnite's 166 terminals in the U.S. in its second day. The union said its biggest weapon will be strikers who follow Overnite trucks and picket at each company where freight is picked up or delivered. Overnite, based in Richmond, Va.
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October 26, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Union Pacific Corp.'s Overnite Transportation Co. said its trucks were making scheduled freight pickups and deliveries as a pre-holiday season strike spread to 20% of its U.S. terminals. The International Brotherhood of Teamsters said the walkout spread to 33 of Overnite's 166 terminals in the U.S. in its second day. The union said its biggest weapon will be strikers who follow Overnite trucks and picket at each company where freight is picked up or delivered. Overnite, based in Richmond, Va.
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December 17, 2002 | Mai Tran
A charred body found inside a dumpster in Buena Park was identified Monday as that of a Los Angeles security guard who was kidnapped last week from Commerce, officials said. Dental records were used to identify Song Chea, a 52-year-old Monterey Park resident, said Orange County Deputy Cullen Ellingburgh. Chea's body was discovered about 10:30 p.m.
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December 16, 2002 | Mai Tran, Times Staff Writer
Police on Sunday were trying to determine whether a body dumped and set on fire in a Buena Park industrial complex is that of a Commerce security guard who was kidnapped from work last week, officials said. Coroner's officials completed an autopsy Sunday but were unable to identify the body because they could not lift fingerprints from the charred remains, officials said.
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