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Cservek spent years living in south Florida and recalls nailing plywood panels over his windows to gird against hurricanes.
Puerto Rico, an island of about 3.4 million inhabitants, opened shelters and began to dismantle construction cranes that could be vulnerable to Maria's high winds as residents rushed to buy plywood, water and other supplies.
Investigators believe Baier was trying to pull the body up the steps using the plywood as a ramp.
Some of the stains on the gray carpet soaked through to plywood flooring underneath, according to Marks.
This movement in the plywood can cause the grout to crack.
Unlike the sprung floor that the company lays down over the Music Hall stage today, those dancers in 1963 performed on sheets of plywood laid down along the edge of the stage in front of the orchestra.
At Buick, sculptors make a skeleton from foam, plywood and aluminum, and then cover it with 2 to 3 inches of warm clay, which is heated in special ovens for 24 hours before it's used.
Battered cars, corrugated metal, plywood, wrought iron and other debris covered street after street.
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