Lewis Diuguid

July 16, 2014 7:00 AM

Memorial for skywalk victims long overdue in 1981 disaster

A memorial for the 114 persons killed and more than 200 others injured is planned for a site in Hospital Hill Park at 22rd Street and Gillham Road in Kansas City. So far pledges, cash and in-kind donations amount to about $383,000.

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