SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG
Leonard Holmquist, 75, wants to paint a broken heart at the corner of Sixth and Grove avenues in Gustine, where a seven-year-old girl was killed in 2005. His campaign has been gaining ground and city leaders will soon applyÊforÊa Caltrans permit to paint the heart in the crosswalk.
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SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG Leonard Holmquist, 75, wants to paint a broken heart at the corner of Sixth and Grove avenues in Gustine, where a seven-year-old girl was killed in 2005. His campaign has been gaining ground and city leaders will soon applyÊforÊa Caltrans permit to paint the heart in the crosswalk. Ê Merced Sun-Star
SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG Leonard Holmquist, 75, wants to paint a broken heart at the corner of Sixth and Grove avenues in Gustine, where a seven-year-old girl was killed in 2005. His campaign has been gaining ground and city leaders will soon applyÊforÊa Caltrans permit to paint the heart in the crosswalk. Ê Merced Sun-Star

Gustine man's broken heart finally painted on intersection of deadly accident

October 29, 2009 12:00 AM

UPDATED October 29, 2009 01:29 AM

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