Atomic bomb survivors visit Bronx students

Bronx students received a special visit today from survivors of the atomic bombings in Japan, 66 years later. Cardinal Spellman High School saw history come

THE BRONX - Bronx students received a special visit today from survivors of the atomic bombings in Japan, 66 years later.

Cardinal Spellman High School saw history come to life as part of the Hibakusha Stories program. Four survivors spoke about World War II and the devastation they lived through.

The program will make its way to other schools in the borough this week.

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