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Logistical woes, crowds leave some spectators stuck on the outside

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / January 21, 2009

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WASHINGTON - Unprecedented security, massive crowds, and frigid temperatures at Barack Obama's inauguration made for long lines, major transit delays, and a frantic day for paramedics yesterday, while leaving some frustrated spectators - including some VIP ticket holders - unable to reach the National Mall or to find spots along the parade route. (Full article: 662 words)

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