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‘‘No one should have to watch their dog die,’’ owner Katherine Bannon said of her dog, Killian. (Bill Greene/ Globe Staff)

City takes blame in dog's electrocution

By Kathleen Burge
Globe Staff / January 10, 2006

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City officials had scoured the streets for stray voltage and installed plastic plates to prevent electrical shocks in 20,000 boxes containing electrical wires across the city, they said. But two-thirds of the way through the job, they had not yet slipped the plastic protector beneath the round metal plate at the busy corner near Charlestown's City Square. (Full article: 678 words)

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