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Saturday, June 30, 2007

MO won't sanction bar in Josh Hancock case

Missouri's Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control says it's done investigating the bar where Cardinals pitcher Josh Hancock was drinking before he got into a fatal car wreck, the Post-Dispatch reports. The bar won't be punished. There was some question whether employees had continued serving Hancock even after he was drunk. The late baseball player's dad has sued the restaurant.

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