Aberdeen war memorial repaired after drunken driver crash
ABERDEEN (AP) — Aberdeen's Vietnam War memorial has been repaired in time for a weekend of activities slated to honor veterans of the war.
The monument was damaged by a drunken driver in April. City Parks Superintendent Mark Hoven tells the American News that repairs cost nearly $12,500. City Attorney Adam Altman says the drunken driver is being required to reimburse the city.
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