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Community gathers to mark 25 years at pipeline remembrance

Families, witnesses share losses, achievements since Bellingham's 1999 tragedy

Mary King, the mother of Wade King, speaks to a crowd Monday, June 10 during a sign unveiling event at Whatcom Falls Park. Wade King was one of the three youths lost in the pipeline explosion on June 10, 1999. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Tellman Local News Reporter
An intermittent breeze and scudding clouds eased the intensity of the afternoon sun in Whatcom Falls
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