READSBORO- On August 18, 1952, Cpl. Richard L. Bolognani and 30 other men were crossing a river during the Korean War. The remote area near Inje, in what’s now South Korea, had recently experienced a typhoon with heavy rains. As the soldiers were crossing the waist-deep river, flash flooding from nearby mountains released a sudden wave of water downstream. The men were washed downstream and drowned. There were no survivors.