General Motors chief executive Mary Barra shook hands with Trent Brining, an Overland Park resident who was wounded in 2005 while serving in Baghdad. Brining was given a new Malibu during the event at the automake’s Fairfax plant Monday in Kansas City, Kan.
General Motors chief executive Mary Barra shook hands with Trent Brining, an Overland Park resident who was wounded in 2005 while serving in Baghdad. Brining was given a new Malibu during the event at the automake’s Fairfax plant Monday in Kansas City, Kan. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
General Motors chief executive Mary Barra shook hands with Trent Brining, an Overland Park resident who was wounded in 2005 while serving in Baghdad. Brining was given a new Malibu during the event at the automake’s Fairfax plant Monday in Kansas City, Kan. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

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