Author Tim Z. Hernandez, fifth from right, visited the site of a 1948 crash that killed 32 people with some of the victims’ relatives.
Author Tim Z. Hernandez, fifth from right, visited the site of a 1948 crash that killed 32 people with some of the victims’ relatives. Special to The Bee
Author Tim Z. Hernandez, fifth from right, visited the site of a 1948 crash that killed 32 people with some of the victims’ relatives. Special to The Bee
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For victims of 1948 plane crash, new book recognizes their loss

January 25, 2017 11:19 AM

UPDATED January 25, 2017 03:49 PM

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