May 22, 2003

Yale Law A report on

Yale Law

A report on the bombing at YLS:

"Timothy Schnabel LAW '05, who was in the lounge on the first floor, said he heard a loud sound and saw flames and dust. He said he saw a wall fall down between Room 120 and the Alumni Reading Room. Portraits of presidents Gerald Ford LAW '41 and Bill Clinton LAW '73, and Guido Calabresi '53 LAW '58 hung on that wall, said Adam Haslett LAW '03.

Robert Snodgrass LAW '03 said he was walking in the hallway next to the alumni reading room on the first floor when he felt the blast.

"It was more force than any I've ever felt," Snodgrass said. "Wood flew out of the reading room and other people saw orange flame."

Nothing yet on whether this was some grotesque prank or terror related.

Posted by Gregory at May 22, 2003 08:11 AM
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