Andrew Dys

March 26, 2013 11:47 PM

Afghanistan soldiers’ families “on pins and needles” after death in Rock Hill unit

A soldier from Indiana who worked with 161 Rock Hill-based soldiers in Afghanistan was killed Friday. The families here are praying that the deployment that ends in just weeks finishes without more bloodshed.

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