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25 years ago: One man killed, two injured in February snowstorm

From The Aegis dated Feb. 26, 1987: A month after Harford County recovered from a snowfall that dropped almost 20 inches of snow, Mother Nature struck again with a 15-inch snowstorm that led to one death and at least two injuries. The heavy, wet snow fell in just about seven hours. Raymond Colton, 53, of Edgewood, died from an apparent heart attack while shoveling snow at his home. In Aberdeen, a man lost two fingers in a snowblower accident and a Street man broke his leg when the bulldozer he was using toppled backward and pinned him to the ground. Tragedy also struck at Harford Community College 25 years ago, when four women, three students and a professor, were killed in a crash in...

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