Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Region Mourns Soldier
One family in the area is mourning the death of a soldier in Afghanistan. 26-year-old Michael Christopher Cable was in his final tour about to return home when he was ambushed while stopping to help children. Cable reportedly exited his vehicle while on a security detail when he was ambushed and killed. Cable’s family have made and placed a memorial trying to make sure his sacrifice has not gone unnoticed. Families of Fallen Soldiers organization is helping the family. Cable was due to return home in September instead his funeral will be held in Owensboro, Kentucky on Wednesday. (CC)

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