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Man of courage: U.S.S Indianapolis survivor speaks

TUCSON –Seventy-three years ago the U.S.S Indianapolis delivered parts for atomic bombs that ended World War II.

Nearly 2,000 men went into the sea, but just 317 came out. Today only 14 are alive and one of them lives in Arizona.

News 4 Tucson’s Chief Meteorologist Matt Brode spoke with 91-year-old Adolfo “Harpo” Celaya.

Zach Garcia

Zach Garcia

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