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At Logan, picking up is an art form

Timing is crucial at busy terminal

As a state trooper pointed at her to move her vehicle, Paula Anderson of Saugus pointed to her son (not pictured) who was walking toward her at Terminal C at Logan Airport yesterday. The trooper allowed her to wait to pick up her son. As a state trooper pointed at her to move her vehicle, Paula Anderson of Saugus pointed to her son (not pictured) who was walking toward her at Terminal C at Logan Airport yesterday. The trooper allowed her to wait to pick up her son. (JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Milton J. Valencia
Globe Staff / April 2, 2009

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The full-size pickup truck was there only seconds when the burly State Police trooper approached and blew a whistle that echoed throughout Terminal C at Logan Airport, urging the car to move. (Full article: 711 words)

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