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December 15, 1996 | NANCY WRIDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A freighter that lost power on the Mississippi River crashed into the landmark Riverwalk shopping mall Saturday, injuring at least 140 people as panicked holiday shoppers and mall workers trampled each other trying to flee. "Everyone was pretty calm and mellow until they saw the boat actually crash. . . . All of the sudden we heard the [ship] crash into the Riverwalk. It was mass chaos. People were running over each other.
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December 16, 1996 | From Associated Press
A quick-thinking crew may have narrowly averted what many feared when a freighter barreled into a riverfront stretch of stores, restaurants and hotel rooms: a disaster on the most dangerous part of the Mississippi River. Rescue workers with dogs picked through the wreckage of the ritzy Riverwalk complex Sunday in search of anyone who might have been trapped or killed when the grain freighter tore through it Saturday.
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December 16, 1996 | From Associated Press
A quick-thinking crew may have narrowly averted what many feared when a freighter barreled into a riverfront stretch of stores, restaurants and hotel rooms: a disaster on the most dangerous part of the Mississippi River. Rescue workers with dogs picked through the wreckage of the ritzy Riverwalk complex Sunday in search of anyone who might have been trapped or killed when the grain freighter tore through it Saturday.
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December 15, 1996 | NANCY WRIDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A freighter that lost power on the Mississippi River crashed into the landmark Riverwalk shopping mall Saturday, injuring at least 140 people as panicked holiday shoppers and mall workers trampled each other trying to flee. "Everyone was pretty calm and mellow until they saw the boat actually crash. . . . All of the sudden we heard the [ship] crash into the Riverwalk. It was mass chaos. People were running over each other.
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