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Parents of missing college student end vigil at Fla. campus

Urge US to ensure all Americans are accounted for

Leonard and Cherylann Gengel as they arrived at Logan Airport in Boston from Florida. Leonard and Cherylann Gengel as they arrived at Logan Airport in Boston from Florida. (Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Travis Andersen
Globe Staff / January 23, 2010

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The parents of Britney Gengel, the college student from Rutland still missing after the Jan. 12 eathquake in Haiti, returned home yesterday from a nine-day vigil at her Florida campus after hearing from the US State Department that the mission has shifted from rescue to recovery, leaving slim chances of finding any survivors. (Full article: 522 words)

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