Derek May, employee for Spanish Springs Construction, uses a dozer to move earth at the Chattanooga National Cemetery Friday to make room for approximately 4,500 concrete crypts. "They will be covered with two-feet of dirt until they are needed," May said from his seat on his dozer.
Derek May, employee for Spanish Springs Construction, uses a dozer to move earth at the Chattanooga National Cemetery Friday to make room for approximately 4,500 concrete crypts. "They will be covered with two-feet of dirt until they are needed," May said from his seat on his dozer.
Photo by Tim Barber /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Saturday, May 19th, 2012
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