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Hoosier Soldier Returns Home...After 56 Years

Last updated on Wednesday, October 11, 2006

(RISING SUN) - The remains of a soldier from southeastern Indiana who died in the Korean War have been found.

Twenty-year-old Floyd Pryor-Tinsley was killed while serving in Korea in 1950, but his remains were never recovered.

The remains are currently headed to his hometown of Rising Sun.

Pryor-Tinsley will be given a full military funeral on Friday at a Rising Sun funeral home. His remains will be buried on Saturday.

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