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July 11, 1998 | RICHARD E. MEYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ammie Murray noticed the car out of the corner of her eye. There was something odd about it. The car was an aging maroon Pontiac. It was parked on a narrow side road that led off into a swamp along the Congaree River. People used those rutty old roads to go fishing. The odd thing was that the car was full, at a dead stop and facing out. That made her uneasy, but she drove on, at 30 mph or so, over the sand and the washouts that covered Old State Road.
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July 11, 1998 | RICHARD E. MEYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ammie Murray noticed the car out of the corner of her eye. There was something odd about it. The car was an aging maroon Pontiac. It was parked on a narrow side road that led off into a swamp along the Congaree River. People used those rutty old roads to go fishing. The odd thing was that the car was full, at a dead stop and facing out. That made her uneasy, but she drove on, at 30 mph or so, over the sand and the washouts that covered Old State Road.
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April 15, 1988 | JOSEPH N. BELL
Pedro Morales is a migrant farm worker from El Salvador who harvests fruits and vegetables in a field only a few blocks from the glitz of South Coast Plaza and the Orange County Performing Arts Center. Because of an accident when he was a baby, Morales has one leg several inches shorter than the other. He didn't walk until he was 16, but today he spends 50 to 60 hours a week in the fields of Orange County picking produce for our tables.
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