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Survivors recall Pearl Harbor attacks

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Seventy years ago nearly 2,400 Americans died when Japanese warplanes bombed Pearl Harbor, bringing the United States into World War II. Survivors of the attack gathered at the site to remember those who lost their lives. NBC’s George Lewis reports.