To hear the town folks tell it, the screech of ambulance sirens seemed ever constant, lasting all morning, into the night and even into the afternoon of the following day.With each wail of every ambulance that sped past the Spencer Country Inn on the way to a hospital in town or miles away, banquet manager Louise Moore knew that another neighbor of hers in Spencer, Mass., was in bad shape with either intense gastro-abdominal pain or serious skin burns.Located 51 miles west of Boston in ...
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