My son's fraternity brother saw pieces of flesh tossed around and it came across the news that the person couldn't be immediately identified as to whether it was a man or woman because they were blown to bits. He actually felt the heat from the bomb blast and was thrown back. Then he took off running along with several others toward Elm to get as far away as he could.
All I know is what I heard and was told. A girl in the sorority next door was near also and said the same thing. They were being interviewed as my daughter and I left the fraternity to get out of the area.
posted on 10/01/2005 10:39:42 PM PDT
(AOII Mom -- Allen in 2008)
posted on 10/01/2005 10:42:47 PM PDT
(Bennett: If we are surrounded by the trivial & vicious, it is all too easy to make our peace with it)
He actually felt the heat from the bomb blast and was thrown back. Then he took off running along with several others toward Elm to get as far away as he could.
posted on 10/02/2005 9:30:19 AM PDT
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