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Ohio Couple Tell Sichuan Quake Tales
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Ohio Couple Tell Sichuan Quake Tales

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Ohio Couple Tell Sichuan Quake Tales

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Bill Burke

Bill Burke, a family practice doctor, attends minor ailments in a mountain village near Chengdu. Andrea Hsu/NPR hide caption

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A husband and wife from Columbus, Ohio, had planned a trip to China with the humanitarian aid group Heart to Heart before the deadly earthquake struck in Sichuan province.

They decided to take the trip anyway.

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