Christine Hammond, the grandmother of Caleigh Harrison, gives blood. At upper right, also giving blood, was Caleigh's uncle, Brad Pyle of Beverly. Collections specialists Sydney Fitzgerald, left, and Patrice Shaw, center back, assist them.
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Police probe death at Pond View
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