MARLBORO (CBS) – A World War II soldier received a hero’s welcome home Thursday as his remains arrived back in Boston.

Technical Sergeant Alfred R. Sandini, of Marlboro, will be laid to rest beside his family 75 years after he was killed in action.

Sandini died in French Indochina in 1944, when enemy fire caused his plane to crash.

His remains were found in 1947, but they were only recently identified.


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