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Missing South End waiter had died in hospital without ID

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Bill McCarthy, a veteran waiter at the popular South End restaurant Giacomo’s, reported missing a week ago, apparently died of natural causes, according to the Boston Police. McCarthy, who did not have identification on him, was taken Monday by EMS workers to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead, according to Boston Police spokeswoman Neva Coakley. McCarthy was last seen early last Sunday morning outside the Columbus Avenue eatery, waiting for a cab. Colleagues and friends became concerned about his whereabouts when McCarthy did not show up for his scheduled Monday evening shift.

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