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Frank Lee and other US postal workers delivered faux medication to homes in the South End and West Roxbury yesterday morning as part of a bioterror drill. Frank Lee and other US postal workers delivered faux medication to homes in the South End and West Roxbury yesterday morning as part of a bioterror drill. (JUSTINE HUNT/GLOBE STAFF)
By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / September 24, 2007

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It was, to be sure, an unusual sight for a Sunday morning, as the city was just shaking off cobwebs acquired the night before: postal carriers, blue sacks slung over their shoulders, clambering up stairs and depositing white cardboard boxes roughly the size of aspirin bottles. (Full article: 767 words)

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