Sculptor Eddie Horton fills in cracks during a restoration of the West Liberty Doughboy Statue Tuesday June 26, 2012 in Morehead. Horton is the lead sculptor in the statue that was smashed into more than a dozen pieces in the March 2nd tornado. Photo by John Flavell
Sculptor Eddie Horton fills in cracks during a restoration of the West Liberty Doughboy Statue Tuesday June 26, 2012 in Morehead. Horton is the lead sculptor in the statue that was smashed into more than a dozen pieces in the March 2nd tornado. Photo by John Flavell Herald-Leader
Sculptor Eddie Horton fills in cracks during a restoration of the West Liberty Doughboy Statue Tuesday June 26, 2012 in Morehead. Horton is the lead sculptor in the statue that was smashed into more than a dozen pieces in the March 2nd tornado. Photo by John Flavell Herald-Leader

West Liberty doughboy statue, destroyed by tornado, to be restored

July 08, 2012 04:13 PM

UPDATED July 08, 2012 08:58 PM

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