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Burmese mother struggles to bring home body of son killed by train in Ohio after running away

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

FORT WAYNE, Indiana — A Burmese woman who moved to Indiana in search of a better life for her family is struggling to raise money to bring home the body of a teenage son killed by a train in Ohio.

Ka Te Za lost her 13-year-old son, Hu Sein, Sunday when he was struck by a train while sleeping on tracks in Ohio.

The Journal Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/14yj1PS ) the boy and two friends ran away from their Fort Wayne neighborhood Sunday morning. They hopped a freight train and rode it into Ohio, then decided to start walking home. Hu Sein became tired and fell asleep on the tracks.

His body is in an Ohio morgue. The family is Muslim and wants his remains buried.

The Burmese Advocacy Center is helping with fundraising.
Source link: http://www.therepublic.com/view/story/ebc05b7a9f8d40db870c9d5b344bacf3/IN--A-Mothers-Anguish

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