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Irena Mroz said pesticides should be used if they keep people from dying. She played yesterday afternoon with her 15-month-old son, Nicholas, at Frothingham Park in Easton.

Mosquito spraying starts near Easton

425,000 acres targeted in state's aerial fumigation

By Yuxing Zheng
Globe Correspondent / August 23, 2006

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LAKEVILLE -- State officials started the first of three planned days of aerial fumigations in Southeastern Massachusetts yesterday, hoping to cover as much as 100,000 acres in the first night in the battle against deadly mosquito-borne diseases. (Full article: 612 words)

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