Play before demolition 

Play before demolition
  • Brian Chilson
  • PLAY BEFORE DEMOLITION: Two young boys play in the street in front of the home at 44 N. Starlite in Mayflower. An ExxonMobil spokesman said oil remained beneath the home's foundation after a March 29 pipeline rupture. The house was demolished Tuesday.


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