Winged Creatures


Excuse me!

Police continue to deflect questions

about their investigation,

while citizens struggle to reclaim

the notion of a town that was.

Re-constructive time-line of the actual moments

when life and death hung in the balance,

in the blink of an eye,

ordinary townspeople...

Carla, you drove here?

- I took a bus from the hospital.

We saw it, thank god you're OK

You saw it?

I guess I did. I tried to call Al.

We didn't know where to call, I told

Scott to call the police but he said no.

best to wait for word in these

situation, I can't help but think,

five minutes later and my

Scott would have been there.

Are you OK now?

- I guess a feel a little bit...

Thank god. That's what I say. When I saw those

girls on TV and that one who's father died.

You don't have a scratch on you,

just you know, Thank God!

What's wrong with you?

- He's been a little like cranky.

I guess I'll see you at the diner tomorrow.

- Tomorrow? It won't be open tomorrow.

Good idea! Whatever.

Just call us any time, we'll pick him anytime.

It's gonna be OK.

- Thanks.

And you're the hundredth customer

this month, a free bike helmet.

Anne, honey, what is it?

What're you doing out here?

Let's just get you back inside.

We've got something to help you sleep.

Okay baby, just come with me.

Any luck reaching him on the cell phone?

- Nothing.

If you don't mind I just have a

few questions I want to go over?

Are you sure your father didn't know

anyone else at the scene, a Mr. Hagen?

Mr. Carline?

Not absolutely sure.

I don't know.

And between you, any recent problems?

My dad took us in after my divorce.

No questions, so, no, no problems.

You're not aware of any bad things

anywhere, business gone wrong?

You need a hand with that?

- No, thanks.

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