WHEATFIELD, N.Y. — Authorities say several children and a 76-year-old woman have been treated for injuries sustained when a wind gust sent a bounce house airborne at a western New York event. The Niagara County Sheriff’s Office says the inflatable structure was set up at a corn maze in the town of Wheatfield on Sunday...
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MAY 29, 2014
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DOMESTIC NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION
2014 - NIAGARA COUNTY VETERAN MENTORS INC.
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