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Woman dies after crashing into a ditch; war veterans flown to D.C. on honor flight | KENS 5 News Now

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SAN ANTONIO — A woman is dead after police said she crashed into a ditch on the east side Thursday morning. San Antonio Police responded to I35 at Binz-Engleman for the crash around 2:15 a.m. EMS tried to save the woman's life, but she was pronounced dead at the scene.

And 20 war veterans from the San Antonio area were flown to Washington, D.C. Thursday to visit war memorials. The veterans are from WWII, the Vietnam War and the Korean War. The flight was made possible by the organization Honor Flight.

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