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October 01. 2013 12:47PM

After gold lights on Zakim bridge, NH family meets Red Sox pitcher

A couple weeks ago, I shared with you a story about Tony Stoddard, a New Hampshire man whose son, Cole, died of a rare form of cancer last year at the age of 5. He rallied the Massachusetts Department of Transportation to illuminate the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge gold for a week, to bring awareness for childhood cancer — and to help alleviate the devastating memories he had of crossing the bridge while taking his child to the hospital.

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