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Man accused in deadly boating accident faces judge - WTNH
by NewsReader 07-19-2007

Man accused in deadly boating accident faces judge
WTNH, CT - 18 minutes ago
Also in court today was Leland Brandes, 69, who suffered a serious arm injury when his sailboat was hit by Siege's boat. Brandes and his 53-year-old wife, ...

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