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  • Man stops to play ‘Taps’ in honor of military crash victims killed in Mississippi

    David Weeks stopped by the side of the road Tuesday morning and played ‘Taps’ to honor the 16 victims that were killed when a U.S. Marine Corps KC-130 air tanker crashed near Greenwood, Miss.

Man stops to play ‘Taps’ in honor of military crash victims killed in Mississippi

David Weeks stopped by the side of the road Tuesday morning and played ‘Taps’ to honor the 16 victims that were killed when a U.S. Marine Corps KC-130 air tanker crashed near Greenwood, Miss.
Joshua Tucker via Fox 13