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Bernard Lynch watched his children, Kaytlyn, 1, and Khalil, 4, at their home on Lyndhurst Street. The surveillance cameras on Lynch’s porch didn’t prevent the July 4 altercation during which he was shot.
A week on Lyndhurst Street

'Things happen'

Guns pose policing challenge, but violence jades residents

By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / August 4, 2005

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It only took a moment for a Fourth of July barbecue on Lyndhurst Street to turn into a senseless bloodbath. (Full article: 612 words)

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