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September 12, 2003 | Martin Henderson, Times Staff Writer
Reggie Showers remembers the colors. Lying numb on top of a boxcar, he forced open his eyes during brief moments of consciousness. Deep blue sky. Green electric wire. He felt no pain from the 13,000 volts of electricity that arced into his body and surged out his feet. Flat on his back, he turned his head. He was alone. His friends had run for help. In the distance, coming down a hill toward the train yard, he saw two blue shirts.
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September 12, 2003 | Martin Henderson, Times Staff Writer
Reggie Showers remembers the colors. Lying numb on top of a boxcar, he forced open his eyes during brief moments of consciousness. Deep blue sky. Green electric wire. He felt no pain from the 13,000 volts of electricity that arced into his body and surged out his feet. Flat on his back, he turned his head. He was alone. His friends had run for help. In the distance, coming down a hill toward the train yard, he saw two blue shirts.
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September 23, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
U.S. Open champion Andy Roddick withdrew from the Thailand Open at Nonthaburi on Monday, citing a hamstring injury from the Davis Cup. Roddick said his doctors advised him to rest a week, ATP executive Weller Evans said. Evans said the ATP would fine Roddick $40,000 for his late withdrawal. Roddick, ranked No. 2, sent organizers a letter saying that he hurt his right hamstring during Friday's singles loss in the Davis Cup, Evans said.
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