The doors swing open again Tuesday on the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum. The facility dedicated to presenting the story of the 1995 Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing has been undergoing a sweeping renovation. Some of the new exhibits are likely to touch raw nerves in the city where reminders of the tragedy still linger 19 years ago today.
ABC’s Jim Ryan covered the Oklahoma City bombing and the trial of the bomber and tells us about the changes to the museum.
Donors and media touring the new exhibits. The enhancements open to the public tomorrow at 9am! pic.twitter.com/RHzp0N3Cyw
— OKC Memorial (@OKCNM) September 15, 2014
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