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Coming up on News 7-
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The seventh grader accused of killing a teacher at a Florida Middle school appears in court.
A tanker truck goes up flames on a Michigan interstate.
And-- some of the world's best known musicians gather to honor Elizabeth Taylor.
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News 7 is next.
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A Florida honors student accused of fatally shooting a teacher will remain in custody.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.


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The 13- year old will remain in custody until a grand jury decides whether he should be tried.
Terisa Estacio reports.
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NATHANIEL BRAZILL SPENT THE FIRST DAY OF HIS SUMMER VACATION INSIDE A COURTROOM. THE 13-YEAR OLD APPEARED BEFORE A FLORIDA JUDGE SATURDAY -- FOR ALLEGEDLY GUNNING DOWN HIS SEVENTH-GRADE ENGLISH TEACHER.
BRAZILL'S PARENTS WERE BY HIS SIDE ... AS THE JUDGE ORDERED THE TEEN-AGER TO REMAIN IN CUSTODY ... WHILE A GRAND JURY CONSIDERS A LIKELY MURDER CHARGE.
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AFTER THE HEARING, THE BOY'S DISTRAUGHT FAMILY LEFT THE COURTHOUSE ... DUCKING ANY REPORTER'S QUESTIONS.
POLICE SAY BRAZILL SHOT 35-YEAR OLD BARRY GRUNOW IN THE HEAD FRIDAY ... AFTER THE TEACHER REFUSED TO ALLOW BRAZILL TO TALK TO TWO GIRLS IN THE TEACHER'S CLASS. BRAZILL HAD BEEN SENT HOME EARLIER THAT DAY FOR THROWING WATER BALLOONS. OFFICIALS SAY THE GUN BELONGED TO BRAZILL'S GRANDFATHER.

((SOT: Angela Swinford/Classmate))

"I couldn't believe Nate could kill such a nice person as Mr. Grunow."
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TODAY ... PARENTS, STUDENTS AND FACULTY LEFT FLOWERS AND SIGNS OUTSIDE LAKE WORTH COMMUNITY SCHOOL -- IN REMEMEBRANCE OF GRUNOW. THOSE STILL STUNNED BY THE SHOOTING ALSO RETURNED TO SEEK COUNSELING.

((SOT: Kristen Herd/Classmate))

"A lot of kids don't want to face the fact that he's actually dead ... when I wake up tomorrow Mr. Grunow is going to be there."

((SOT: Pam Murack/Teacher))

"It's a lot of just lost people just trying to find some kind of anchor. to find some kind of reasoning as to what has happened and why." ))



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Police say the two men arrested for killing five workers at a Wendy's restaurant in New York have confessed.
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Police say the men have admitted to participating in the crime.
Sources say investigators have also recovered a gun, stolen cash and a surveillance tape showing the men entering the restaurant.
One of the two employees who survived the Wednesday night attack remains in critical condition.
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Rescue squad members who died while on duty were remembered tonight in Roanoke.
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The service was held at Green Memorial Methodist Church-- where hundreds gathered to remember the 27- lives that were lost, across the country, in recent years.
Family members were given a medallion representing their eternal memory, a flag that has flown over the U.S. Capitol, and a white rose in honor of their loved one.
This is the eighth year for the event.
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Many Native Americans have a special way of remembering veterans all year round.
Today they came together in honor of Memorial Day.
Joy Sutton has more.
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((At every POW-WOW Native Americans honor their veterans -- those who fought for this county -- and the many who have served in the armed forces.
But on this day they gathered in Salem to honor ALL veterans and prisoners of war.
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((HUMBLE BEAR: AS CHILDREN WE WERE BROUGHT UP TO BE A WARRIOR READY TO DEFEND OUR COUNTRY AND WE'VE DONE IT A LONG TIME. ALTHOUGH WE LOST THE INDIAN WARS WE HAVE HELPED WIN ALL THE OTHER ONES THE UNITED STATES HAVE WON. SO WE LOVE OUR VETERANS))
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For years--- Native Americans have fought for this country.
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((HUMBLE BEAR: DURING WWII IT WAS THE NAVAJO LANGUAGE THAT WAS USED IN OUR SECRET CODES AND THEY WAS THE ONES THAT DECODED THE GERMANS SECRET CODES))
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But some Native American say they weren't fighting for the government but for the land -- because it belongs to all of us.
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((ANDY VIGIL: I WAS PART OF A MILITARY THAT DEFENDED THE LAND AND I AM VERY PROUD TO SAY THAT I AM A VETERAN))
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And for all who have served -- this weekend has a special meaning.
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((DOUG DOUGLAS/VETERAN: I HOPE PEOPLE TAKE TIME TO REMEMBER WHAT OUR SERVICE MEN HAVE DONE AND GONE THROUGH FOR THIS COUNTRY AND SOMEWHERE WALK-UP TO A VET AND SAY THANK YOU))
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And many of the veterans say they will never forget the ones who did not make it back home.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Salem.))
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The Gathering of the Veterans will continue tomorrow at 10 AM on the grounds of the Salem Civic Center -- several POW-WOW's will take place throughout the day.

















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Tax cuts are the best way to honor fallen war heroes this Memorial Day ... that's according to Governor Gilmore. He made the statement today as he delivered the weekly Republican radio address.
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((GOVERNMENT NOW TAKES MORE THAN 30% OF OUR NATION'S INCOME IN TAXES. THAT'S THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF TAXATION SINCE WWII. ))
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In his weekly radio address-- President Clinton called for new guidelines that would take some of the guesswork out of buying meat.


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Republicans today nominated Mike Osborne to run against Democratic Congressman Rick Boucher in the Ninth District.
Osborne is an ordained minister and owner of a Christian book store in Chilhowie.
He was the only candidate seeking the nomination at the Ninth-District G-O-P convention.


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In other news-- President Clinton is praising an agreement reached today involving Northern Ireland.
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The region's major Protestant party has narrowly approved a plan to revive a power-sharing government with Catholics.

The plan is a key goal of the 1998 peace agreement.
It calls for the Protestant Ulster Unionists to govern alongside (Shin Fayn) Sinn Fein .
That's the party allied with the Irish Republican Army and two other parties.
The order takes effect Tuesday.
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It's not your average field trip, but a group of Quaker girls from North Carolina is trying public school-- in the 1800's.
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Students often visit the Hales Ford Academy, dressing in period clothes and pretending they're children of that era. But this group is different from most. Quaker students do not receive grades and they call their teachers by their first names.
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((THIS SCHOOL IS A LOT MORE STRICT. IN QUAKER SCHOOL WE DON'T SIT AT DESKS. WE SIT ON COUCHES OR PILLOWS OR ON THE FLOOR, KIND OF WHEREVER. IN THIS SCHOOL WE'RE SITTING ON DESKS WITH OUR HANDS ON THE TABLE.))
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Renee Prillaman's roots are here and she'd like to return to a one room schoolhouse.
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((I LIKE MULTIPLE AGES TOGETHER. I LIKE THE IDEA OF A SMALL COMMUNITY SCHOOL RUN BY THE COMMUNITY IS PART OF THE COMMUNITY AS OPPOSED TO THE BIG MEGASCHOOLS WE'RE SEEING POP UP AROUND THE COUNTRY NOW.))
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The girls are spending an entire week in Franklin County, making quilts and studying women's history.
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Hundreds of guns were collected during Roanoke's gun buy back program, so why is it being criticized? The answer coming up.
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And a train derailment forces thousands to flee their homes. We'll tell you why when we return.
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The driver of a tanker truck that crashed in Michigan suffered serious injuries.
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His truck overturned and caught fire this afternoon on Interstate 75 closing it down in both directions.
Emergency crews were able to get the fire under control in about an hour.
The driver of the truck is hospitalized with second and third degree burns.
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Some 35- hundred people were forced to flee their homes after a train carrying chemicals derailed in Louisiana.
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Police say it appears 29 cars derailed and at least ten caught fire.
Witnesses say several of the cars exploded, sending fireballs into the sky and setting nearby woods on fire.
State police say nobody was hurt, but houses and businesses within a mile of the accident were evacuated.
Authorities say the cars were loaded with hazardous chemicals.
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It was the final day for the Roanoke Police Department's gun buy back program.
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A total of 560 guns were turned in over the last four Saturdays.
But some critics say the program failed in getting guns out of the hands of criminals.
However-- officials with the program say it was a success and argue that criminals aren't the only ones who can be dangerous-- children are also a concern.
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((MARK HARRIS: IT'S USUALLY THOSE TYPES OF GUNS INSTEAD OF THE CRIMINALS THAT CAUSE THE INJURY IN THEIR HOME. THE CHILDREN WHO FIND THE GUN IN THE DRAWER OR UNDER THE MATTRESS TO PLAY WITH WHO END UP SHOOTING THEMSELF OR THEIR BEST FRIEND.))
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Officials at the police department say they hope to have a gun buy back program again sometime in the near future.
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[NOTE ANCHOR TAG] A story about the NRA Convention last week stirred up a debate with some of our viewers on how it was covered.
Here's assignment editor Joe McKean, with the first of two editions of Feedback this weekend.
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((Supporters of the NRA gave us both barrels over a story that featured the grandmother of a Martinsville teenager, shot and killed by a 13-year-old friend who was playing with a gun.
Most of the notes were like these: [W.S. Hamilton, Jr., Narrows]
"Was your story about the NRA Convention or about a grandmother who lost her grandson? Your reporter tried to twist two events to make it seem as if the NRA or at the very least the "GUN" was responsible for the life that was lost and the pain the grandmother is in. When are some people going to learn that when a weapon is used there is a person responsible. It is sad to see "journalism" sink to a new low in Virginia and America."
Another viewer from Martinsville wrote: [Alan L. Penn]
"I decided, based on my perception, that the media treat gun control questions in two very diverse ways. News events that are anti-gun are shown in a positive and emotional light. Pro-gun events such as this weekend NRA convention are portrayed as celebrations of violence and disregard for public safety. I had hoped that my "Hometown Station" would show me that my distrust was unfounded. Unfortunately, I was wrong."
Here's how to get in touch with us at News-7.
For standard U.S. Mail the address is PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
The newsroom fax number is 343-7269.
Email should be sent to news@wdbj7.com.
And our website has a moderated online forum.
Joe McKean, News-7.))
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Tomorrow, viewers comment on Festival in the Park finances, and a drug raid that went wrong.
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The rain didn't wash out all the activities at Roanoke's Festival in the Park.
Coming up... we'll take you under the big tent.
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And find out why Elizabeth Taylor had her arm wrapped around Michael Jackson for an event in London. The story after the break.
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Ever since actress Elizabeth Taylor received her Damehood last week she's been celebrating.
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Last night at London's Royal Albert Hall a concert was put on to raise money for AIDS charities. With Taylor's 50 movies and 8 marriages under her belt who did she attend the concert with? None other then Michael Jackson.
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((Well Michael's one of my best friends and I haven't seen him for
months so it's very important because this is like the wind down of
my couple of weeks and I'm so glad he's here to share it with me.))
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Elizabeth Taylor started appearing in films at the age of 10.
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A little rain this afternoon didn't stop the activites at Roanoke's Festival in the Park.
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The "World's Greatest Backyard Circus" went on and entertained kids in Wasena Park.
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Roanoke's Festival in the Park kicked off yesterday and has events scheduled through June fourth.
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The Roanoke Steam felt confident that tonight would be the night for their first win.
And Roanoke gets that win beating Charleston 71 to 61.
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Bud Foster joins Tommy Benizio for the opening coin toss.
The Roanoke Steam would jump on top as Will Burch passes to Moe Cooper for the touchdown and the Steam would lead 7 to nothing.
The Swamp Foxes would come back as John Craven pitches to Corey Foreman on the end around and he goes in for the touchdown to tie the game at 7.
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Roanoke would regain the lead as Burch goes to the air to Gerald Briggs who hauls it in for six and Roanoke goes on to win it 71 to 61.
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Down at Victory Stadium tonight, The Roanoke Wrath hosted the Carolina Dynamo in a soccer match up.
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Roanoke warming up before the game which would be suspended shortly after the beginning because of the weather.
The Wrath looked to get on the board as the one timer from outside the box hits the goalies hands and goes wide of the goal.
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Carolina would make their lead 2 to nothing as Jose Espodotay puts the loose ball past the keeper for a 2 to nothing lead and ___ wins it __ to __.
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For 15 years soccer players have been coming to the Roanoke Valley from across Virginia and the surrounding states.
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The Berglund Festival Soccer Tournament has grown from 50 teams to more than 130 this year.
Since the Roanoke Valley Youth Soccer Club started hosting the tournament soccer has improved in the valley, but the soccer players aren't the only ones that benefit from the weekend full of games.
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Each team will play three or four games this weekend. The action continues tomorrow on the Berglund Soccer Complex, Vineyard 1 and Green Hill Park.
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The Flames of Liberty University survived the afternoon round in the N-C-Double-A division one baseball championship beating Seton Hall 10 to 2.
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Liberty head coach Dave Pastors taking a stroll through the dugout.
The Flames got on the board in the bottom of the first. Kenny Knouse hits a line drive to to right field scoring Joey Monahan and Liberty took the early 1 to nothing lead.
Liberty would score in the second inning. Jay Sullenger hits a shot down the line in left field scoring a runner from second and the Flames went on top 2 to nothing.
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The Pirates scored in the third but Liberty answered when Jim Clinton sends this pitch into left field another run croses the plate and Liberty advances with the 10 to 2 win.
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Liberty would face Wake Forest in the nightcap of the losers bracket and the Demon Deacons eliminate the Flames with the 4 to 2 win.







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A two run homer in the bottom of the ninth broke a 6 to 6 tie and Cal State Fullerton beats Virginia Tech 8 to 6 ending the Hokies run in the N-C-Double-A baseball championship.
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The Hokies fell behind 5 to 1 after three.
But Tech rallied in the bottom of the six Kevin Bice gets all of the pitch for a solo homer and the Hokies would tie the game at 6 to 6.
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But Fullerton rallied in the top of the ninth scoring two runs to win it 8 to 6 and end the Hokies season.
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New York beats Boston 8 to 3 today and the two teams remain tied for the lead in the American League East.
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Derek Jeter returned to the Yankee lineup today.
Boston scores in the top of the third. John Valentin smokes this Jason Grimsley pitch into the left field seats the solo homer made it 1 to nothing Red Sox.
But the Yankees answered. Trailing 3 to 2 New York's Ricky Ledee hits a solo homer off Brian Reese and the game was tied at 3 to 3 in the bottom of the fifth.
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New York would take the lead for good when Jorge Posada gets all of this pitch for a solo homer to right field and the Yankees win it 8 to 3.
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Salem and Lynchburg played the third game of a four game set at Memorial Stadium tonight and Salem wins the game 11 to 4.
Now, For all of today's scores letts check the boards.
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The New York Knicks protected their home court this afternoon beating the Indiana Pacers 98 to 95.
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Patrick Ewing sat out today's game with a foot injury.
But New York's Latrell Sprewell steped up big here he hits three of his game high 32 points as the Knicks took the lead in the first quarter.
Sprewell's back court mate Allan Houston picked up the rest of the slack he hits the three pointer Houston finished with 28.
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Jalen Rose would lead the Pacers with 26 but the Knicks hold on for the 98 to 95 win. Indiana leads the series 2 to 1.
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Princeton advances to the Division One Lacrosse championship after beating defending champion Virginia 12 to 11.
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The Cavaliers crank it up in the first quarter this David Bruce bullet down low gave Virginia a 1 to nothing lead in the first quarter.
The Tigers would answer that goal moments later. Josh Sims on the run fires the shot in the corner of the goal to tie it at 1 to 1.
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Princeton took a 2 to 1 lead but Virginia's Jay Jalbert fires the side arm shot from about 15 yards to tie it at 2 and Princeton goes on to win it 12 to 11.
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Jeff Burton picked up 4 fresh tires with 16 laps to go and he wins the Carquest Auto Parts 300 Busch race.
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This pit stop while running first proved to be the move that would eventually lead Burton to victory.
A caution would slow the field with 8 laps to go and on the re-start Burton took off like a bullet and he takes the checkered flag winning the Carquest Auto Parts 300.
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((JEFF BURTON/CARQUEST AUTO PARTS 300 WINNER: HE'S THE MASTER OF BUSCH RACING THE BEST ONE THAT THERE EVER HAS BEEN AND I KNEW HE'D MAKE A CHARGE AT US. BUT THESE GUYS DID A GREAT JOB ALL WEEK WITH THIS MILLER LITE FORD AND JUST REAL PROUD OF THEM. WE'VE STRUGGLED HERE RAN WELL THE LAST RACE HERE AND THIS TIME WE FINALLY GOT IT TOGETHER.))
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Martin was second, followed by Jeff Green, Jeff Gordon and Todd Bodine.


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