Funeral held for first of 2 Poles killed in missile blast


              A Polish Border Guard official carries a photograph of Boguslaw Wos, one of two Polish men killed in a missile explosion, ahead of his funeral, in Przewodow, Poland, Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022. A funeral for Wos was held on Saturday. Western officials said the deaths appeared to have been caused by a Ukrainian air defense missile that went astray as the country was defending itself against a barrage of Russian missiles directed at Ukraine’s power infrastructure. (AP Photo)
            
              Pallbearers stand by the vehicle carrying the coffin of Boguslaw Wos, one of two Polish men killed in a missile explosion ahead of his funeral, in Przewodow, Poland, Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022. The deaths were likely the result of a Ukrainian air defense missile that went astray as the country was defending itself against a barrage of Russian missiles directed at Ukraine’s power infrastructure. (AP Photo)
            
              A view of a vehicle carrying the coffin of Boguslaw Wos, one of two Polish men killed in a missile explosion in Przewodow, Poland, Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022. The deaths were likely the result of a Ukrainian air defense missile that went astray as the country was defending itself against a barrage of Russian missiles directed at Ukraine’s power infrastructure. (AP Photo)
            
              Pallbearers carry the coffin of Boguslaw Wos, one of two Polish men killed in a missile explosion, in Przewodow, Poland, Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022. A funeral for Wos was held on Saturday. Western officials said the deaths appeared to have been caused by a Ukrainian air defense missile that went astray as the country was defending itself against a barrage of Russian missiles directed at Ukraine’s power infrastructure. (AP Photo)