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December 5, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
A stampede of spectators at a snowboarding event in Austria led to five deaths and 25 injuries after a barrier gave way and dozens of people were trampled, police and local media said. The Austria Press Agency quoted police in Innsbruck, capital of the western province of Tirol, as saying the deaths and injuries resulted from a stampede of spectators that broke out at the city's Bergisel Stadium after a barrier there collapsed.
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December 5, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
A stampede of spectators at a snowboarding event in Austria led to five deaths and 25 injuries after a barrier gave way and dozens of people were trampled, police and local media said. The Austria Press Agency quoted police in Innsbruck, capital of the western province of Tirol, as saying the deaths and injuries resulted from a stampede of spectators that broke out at the city's Bergisel Stadium after a barrier there collapsed.
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September 13, 1997 | BOB KEELER, NEWSDAY
The blue sports blouse, bearing a large, blue-on-white Star of David insignia, exerted a powerful hold on Mary Offentier's youthful heart. Twice a week, in the mid- to late 1930s, she wore it for after-school gymnastics at the Bar Kochba sports club in Berlin. "That's where we met; these were our friends," she said. So the blouse stirred memories of friendship and good times.
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September 20, 1997 | From Newsday
The blue sports blouse, bearing a large, blue-on-white Star of David insignia, exerted a powerful hold on Mary Offentier's youthful heart. Twice a week, in the mid- to late 1930s, she wore it for after-school gymnastics at the Bar Kochba sports club in Berlin. "That's where we met; these were our friends," she said. So the blouse stirred memories of good times. Later, the suffering of its owner, now Mary Offentier Levinsky, wove far deeper layers of meaning into that frail garment.
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