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Remembering / Rintamaki & McCaffrey #791271

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 30, 2005
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The stories of Marine Cpl. Steven Rintamaki†, who died September 16, 2004 in Iraq & National Guard soldier Sgt. Patrick McCaffrey, who died June 22, 2004, in combat in Iraq & those they left behind presented; many photos of Steven & Patrick shown. [Mother Myra RINTAMAKI†- recalls how her son was killed by a bomb after he volunteered to go back to Iraq; expresses her feeling about her loss.] [Mother Nadia McCAFFREY - recalls how her son died; talks about the children of Fallujah; remembers Patrick coming home in a coffin.] Memorial Day photos shown.

Sanchez, Rick

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