FORT HOOD — Those in attendance Tuesday morning were quiet as the machine first ripped through the building — forever destroying the site where the worst mass shooting on a U.S. military post in history occurred.
“We just watched when the first gobble and bite got taken out of the building,” said Joleen Cahill, whose husband was killed in the now demolished Building 42003.
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