CON MI GENTE: Relatives speak out at 80th anniversary of the Alamo train wreck
Relatives of the lives lost at the worst train and truck accident in history 80 years ago spoke out at an observance.
Each year the Alamo Lions Club and the Catholic Church mark the anniversary.
Dago Salinas has lived with the stories – his mother was left an orphan after the accident.
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