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WWII veteran of Hiroshima continues healing

Jenny Brundin
Dick Sherwood and former Mayor of Hiroshima, Takashi Hiraoka.

By Jenny Brundin

Salt Lake City, UT – Tomorrow marks sixty-three years since the world's first nuclear bomb attack killed more than 120,000 Japanese men, women and children. Yet even now, fears about a nuclear attack happening again remain high. That troubles one Utah man in particular. For him, the attacks that ended World War II brought anything but peace. KUER's Jenny Brundin reports.

Utah Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons

South Valley Unitarian Universalist Society

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