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Father charged in fatal hit-and-run after son drives without license

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The driver of a large tour bus sideswiped at least 32 cars on University Hill Wednesday night. Police tweeted that the bus damaged parked cars along a three-block stretch of Pleasant Street between Ninth and 12th streets. The driver has been cited with multiple counts of leaving the scene of a crash and careless driving.
Published 2 months ago · Boulder, United States

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