CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 31, 2012
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(Northport, New York: Steve Hartman) The story of Korean war former combat medic Augie Angerame, who checks on fellow veteran Frank Di Bella, who has dementia, at the nursing home despite have dementia himself, presented; details given about how the 2 men served together in the Korean war; historical photos shown. [Dibella’s daughter Mary Rose MONROE- wonders what Augie was doing.] [Augie’s son John ANGERAME- says he was checking on Frank like a medic would do.]
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