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'Humanity lost a very good solider': friend reacts to death of worker killed in airstrike

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Grace Ramirez is a friend of Zomi Frankcom, one of the several World Central Kitchen aid workers who was killed in the Israeli airstrike along the Gaza strip. Ramirez talks to NBC News' Steven Romo about Frankcom's legacy.