Survivor of Hiroshima bombing recalls train's role in sparing her life
Seventy-three years ago Monday, the train that an 18-year-old Hiroko Tsutsumi awaited in Hiroshima, Japan, whizzed past her. Standing on the station platform near her home on the outskirts of the city, she was trying to get to work at her typist job on a military base.
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