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At a humble ceremony, remembering the L.A. County's unclaimed dead

On her first visit, Mary Alice Swanson placed a bouquet of yellow daisies on the plot where more than 1,400 people’s ashes were laid to rest. Swanson, 53, said she picked yellow because “to me, yellow is a symbol of Christ, happiness and peace.” She was one of more than 250 people who went to the...
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