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- Alton Road is a neighborhood of Miami metropolitan area, Miami Beach.
- Alton Road a.k.a. Florida State Road 907: State Road 907, also known as Alton Road and 63rd Street, is a major north–south artery in Miami Beach, Florida, USA, extending 5.659-mile. It is one of a few of the state roads that have both termini on the same state route. In this case, the southern terminus is the intersection of Alton Road and Fifth Street, and the northern terminus is the intersection of 63rd Street and Collins Avenue. Alton Road snakes up the western side of the barrier islands comprising Miami Beach, while Collins Avenue parallels the Atlantic shore to the east. In addition, SR 907 is often used as a bypass for the oft-congested SR A1A.
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by Hyland MacGrath, George Irving Reed
This was demonstrated in the management of the Sag Bridge disaster case for the Alton road. In that disaster many were killed and many more wounded. Jud e Beckwith employed the best surgeons, spare no expense in caring for the ...
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