A shattered window can be seen at the main entrance to Excel Industries in Hesston as investigators continue to work inside the building a day after Cecil Ford entered the factory and killed three people and wounded over a dozen others.
A shattered window can be seen at the main entrance to Excel Industries in Hesston as investigators continue to work inside the building a day after Cecil Ford entered the factory and killed three people and wounded over a dozen others. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
A shattered window can be seen at the main entrance to Excel Industries in Hesston as investigators continue to work inside the building a day after Cecil Ford entered the factory and killed three people and wounded over a dozen others. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

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