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A 37-year-old woman was killed yesterday morning when she fell in the path of a Boston-bound MBTA subway train in the Harvard Square station. The victim was identified as Mrs. Christian Lane of Washington Street in Gloucester.
Cambridge Police rushed the woman to the Mount Auburn Hospital where she was pronounced dead on arrival. The police report listed multiple injuries to the skull and chest as the cause of death.
Officer Frank Burns of the Cambridge Police said that as yet he had no evidence that Mrs. Lane committed suicide, but added that the possibility could not be ruled out. According to the accident report, Mrs. Lane was a patient at the McLean Hospital in Belmont.
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