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The Greenville Sun
Limestone Man Dies After Being Taken From Jail To JCMC
BY KEN LITTLE STAFF WRITER A Limestone man being held in the Washington County Detention Center died Thursday morning after being taken by ambulance to the Johnson City Medical Center, Sheriff Ed Graybeal said in a news release.
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