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May 25, 2013 12:00 AM

Kennewick MIA's family finally gets answers after 45 years

Almost 45 years after her brother's warplane was shot down over North Vietnam, Terri Francisco-Farrell of Kennewick finally has learned the details of his death and has hopes of one day seeing him buried with military honors.

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