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Newspaper corrections for June 12, 2024
Newspaper corrections for June 12, 2024
Newspaper corrections for June 12, 2024

Published on: 06/11/2024

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A Washington Post article in the May 31 edition incorrectly referred to “high-energy particles and electrons that race through space at the speed of light.” It should be “nearly the speed of light.”

Oscar Lizardo Chaidez, who died in a hit-and-run collision, formerly worked as a phlebotomist. An article in Monday editions misstated his previous job.

News Source : https://www.oregonlive.com/editors/2024/06/newspaper-corrections-for-june-12-2024.html

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