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WAKEFIELD â€“ Laura A. Reale, of Westerly, lost her license for five years after appearing in court and pleading guilty to being a habitual traffic offender, the new state law that was created following her arrest for allegedly running a red light and killing Colin B. Foote last May.
The state statute â€“ known as the Colin B. Foote Act â€“ was drafted and passed by the legislature this past summer following the 27-year-old Charlestown man's death.
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