Mamadou "Sav" Savané, left, talked with regular customer Ron Pen, a University of Kentucky music professor, and Erin Fulton last Wednesday. Savané returned to work for a few hours each day last week as he continued his recovery from a June 3 kitchen accident that left him badly burned.
Mamadou "Sav" Savané, left, talked with regular customer Ron Pen, a University of Kentucky music professor, and Erin Fulton last Wednesday. Savané returned to work for a few hours each day last week as he continued his recovery from a June 3 kitchen accident that left him badly burned. Herald-Leader
Mamadou "Sav" Savané, left, talked with regular customer Ron Pen, a University of Kentucky music professor, and Erin Fulton last Wednesday. Savané returned to work for a few hours each day last week as he continued his recovery from a June 3 kitchen accident that left him badly burned. Herald-Leader

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