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April 10, 1987 | United Press International
City police, armed with lollipops, helped transport children to school Thursday in squad cars as a bus drivers' strike over safety concerns entered its fourth day. Mayor Joseph Paolino Jr. unveiled the emergency plan, dubbed Operation Lollipop, on Wednesday, saying that about 40 cruisers, three patrol wagons and five Fire Department cars would be used because of the limited number of school buses operating.
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April 10, 1987 | United Press International
City police, armed with lollipops, helped transport children to school Thursday in squad cars as a bus drivers' strike over safety concerns entered its fourth day. Mayor Joseph Paolino Jr. unveiled the emergency plan, dubbed Operation Lollipop, on Wednesday, saying that about 40 cruisers, three patrol wagons and five Fire Department cars would be used because of the limited number of school buses operating.
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