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Students honor the life of Sadako Sasaki

The little girl whose quest to stay alive after World War II triggered a peace movement. Sadako Sasaki developed leukemia after the US dropped an atom bomb on her hometown of Hiroshima. She stuggled to stay alive for 10 years. Folding a thousand paper cranes, hoping that would help. KITV4's Jill Kuramoto shows us how her touching story came to life today for students.