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Abbotsford: The week in photos

The first week of 2012 was filled with breaking news in Abbotsford, a serious pedestrian-struck incident involving a 12-year-old boy, and a close-call apartment fire. There was also deep sadness, as the parents of an ecstasy-overdose victim came forward with their story, which is only one in a recent of deadly and near-fatal encounters with the drug by young people.

 

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