Deadly Lilydale Park Accident Brings Difficult Memories for St. Paul Man
The accident at Lilydale Regional Park in St. Paul that killed two children brings difficult memories for one man. In 2011 a rockslide along a bluff near the Wabasha caves in St. Paul sent a 20 foot boulder into Robert Dubuc's bakery.
The rockslide happened a few hours before Dubuc came to work, if he had been working in the back, he probably wouldn't be alive.
After the accident at Lillydale Regional Park, Dubuc believes the city should put up fences and restrict the use of some trails near the edge of the bluff.
Dubuc reopened his bakery in Mendota Heights last year.
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