Tim Aynes, the Pitt County teenager who was trapped in Lebanon is back home. We talked to him Wednesday morning after touching down around 1:45 a.m. in Baltimore, Maryland. He told us it's great to be back on American soil.
He also told us some Camp Lejeune Marines helped him evacuate. In fact, the Marine Infantry Battalion from Camp Lejeune that lost 241 members in the 1983 barracks bombing in Beirut, Lebanon, has returned to that country for the first time since the attack. Those Marines are helping to evacuate Americans.
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