Maura was bleeding profusely and knew that death was likely waiting for her after every short and gasping breath. Yet,
she noticed that the men had already sprinted back to their van. Their
guns were still warm from the bullet they had discharged and the death they had wrought in Maura and her sisters: Ita Ford, Jean Donovan, and Dorothy Kazel.
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