Milestones Sep. 18, 2000

AILING. LANCE ARMSTRONG, 28, two-time Tour de France winner and cancer conqueror; with a broken vertebra in his neck; after a downhill, blind-curve collision with a car that destroyed his bike and helmet; near Nice, France. Armstrong, who was training for the Olympics, still hopes to compete in Sydney.

AILING. PIERRE TRUDEAU, 80, rakish, quick-witted and charismatic former Prime Minister of Canada; with an undisclosed illness; in Montreal. Trudeau, who served from 1968 until 1984 (except for nine months when he was voted out of office), suffers from Parkinson's disease, and caught pneumonia earlier this year. According to his two...

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