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One killed in two-car crash in Covert

The Seneca County Sheriff's Office reports that on Wednesday at about 2:30 pm, Deputies responded to the area of State Route 89 and Hatch Road in the Town of Covert for the report of a two car personal injury accident.
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Unscaling The Trillion-Dollar Power Industry

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