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An 18-year-old driver hit the pedestrian.
Officially a bureau secretary, Mary C. Motherway helped compare prints in an unofficial role, according to her daughter. Motherway died May 21, 2021, at age 102.
The case involves an unexpected inheritance, the search for a long-lost cousin who ran away to join a religious sect and a secret, long-distance connection that came to light in 2019.
The requests come after reports that the operations were running out of iron ore.

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